Holiday Inn Express Valencia Bonaire
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... kids who all traded candy and ran around for a few hours in the dark. They were happily sugared and sweaty.
We closed out the weekend with Sam’s belated bowling birthday party. He invited seven boys from his class to the bowling alley. (Sounds familiar, right?) It was a great chance for us to meet the parents of his favorite classmates. Sam’s friend Max is Latvian, but has lived in Spain most of his life. His friend ...
... main centre (of course because he is lucky) even after I forgot the tickets half way and had to turn back in 'is it one lane or two' Spanish highway traffic (because I'm not as lucky). The sangria was served in 1L cups, to oscars delight until he realised he had to drive back to the hotel and the locals enjoyed the day just as much as the tourists, not stupid enough to be pelted by tomatoes but each with a hose and spraying ...
... br> Now. Back to my review of the week. It has been an intriguing week. It feels like its been 2 or 3 weeks. It's probably because I have seen and done so much already, along with meeting so many new people. For the first time ever I have gone out to a club. It was a blast, and I really enjoyed it. I have learned that I am not a person who needs large amount of alcohol to have fun, which is nice. I feel that ...
... spent at the hostel, in front of the computer. I ventured out briefly for a walk and dinner but managed to be highly productive in staying put and getting things done. I had to kill time till about 12:30am before catching my train to Granada, so I called some friends back home to catch up with their lives which was nice and packed a few food items for the train journey. Valencia was done. It had brought me quiet times, a breakthrough in Spanish and lots of inspiration to do greater things.
... of tomatoes had been thrown, both by the locals in the trucks and by those who could catch them...The mad rush commenced to get to the floor and pick up as many throw worthy tomatoes as you could before everyone else did first. If it wasn't for the peaks on our caps, we would all have tomatoes in our eyeballs I think, only because by the end of it.. They were literally everywhere else. Somehow, in all the madness we were able to run into two of our ...