Holiday Inn Express Valencia Ciudad Las Ciencias
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Friday: On Friday, we don't have class. That day was kind of lazy. We had gone out the night before and slept in a little bit. We got to just relax which was nice.
Saturday: We had an excursion on Saturday in Valencia. It included a small walking tour and paella. We walked around the old quarter in Valencia, which includes its Cathedral. Afterwards, we took the metro to the outskirts of Valencia to this cute little place, famous for ...
... spend time with family. In some ways, it's a fantastic system, but Spanish rookies like us get caught when the local castle/park/bank/etc is closed at 2:00 in the afternoon.
After only a couple weeks, my first impression of southern Spain is that of a long and turbulent history. The topography near Valencia reminds me most of Southern California, only with a couple thousand extra years of civilization. The vine rows of Napa Valley have ...
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... I visited in Spain were the Freddes mountains in El Boixar, Spain. This peculiar place was an abandoned town. There were currently only four people who permanently lived there. During my stay in the Freddes, I met one of the four townspeople. He was not born in El Boixar, but moved there with is mother in the 1990’s. Even after the other residents packed their belongings and abandoned the town, he chose to stay. I learned that there are many other ...
... it as the city pad for the noble to play hard ball politics in and do deals, and reading the history of the region there's been quite a roller coaster ride and plenty of scope. When we asked about the ceramics on the third floor the friendly security guy shrugs and says 'It's closed' and sighs ... what can you do? he intimates ... oh, well, there was no entry fee. You go for one thing and find another.
We walked on to see the Lonja de la Seda (the silk exchange) which was ...