Holiday Inn Express Valencia-San Luis
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Not only have I had a chance to live in Valencia, Spain for a good bit during this summer abroad, I have also had the chance to take some field trips to more remote and less populated places in Spain. The opportunity to see more of Spain than just one city has given me a broader view of the overall social aspects of the country. I have met many people who have spent all of their lives in Spain, as well as some who moved to Spain long ago and chose to stay.
... so JK had to find someone to change it by which time we were late. It was all a bit stressful for me -JK said he wasn't worried! All in all we were probably on the buses for a couple of hours at least,
add to that the time it took to find the first bus stop, and the fact that we had breakfast and mucked around doing washing etc before we disembarked and the four hours we had in port was soon eaten up. Lesson ...
... 19th. Thats right I said BURNING. I am a super pyromaniac, so I am incredibly excited. Throughout these days, people are drinking 24/7, going crazy, cooking, having fun. The city is a rush with colors, sounds, mascletas, falleras, art, flowers, and music. Over 2 million tourists come to view the Fallas festivities every year.
For each Fallas festival, the Falla houses construct large "monuments" (2-3 stories tall often), of people, places, ...
... and like a ghost-town, with barely anyone around. We didn't mind, as we ate our lunch in the shade, near the main square. A couple of photos and a walk around followed.
Up until now, "Sheila" our GPS, had been pretty good at getting us to places but for reason, she couldn't find Mulheim. We eventually had to ask a little fella for directions and he was nice enough to guide us there himself (despite him not speaking a lick of English).
Once we crossed the river and were ...
... 11!!! We had another hour and a half to stand in the street and just wait. In an attemt to warm up we formed one big massive huddle and cuddled. It was warmer in the circle and we even had some randoms join in to keep warm. Then it started raining. And the locals kept throwing water and it wasn't as fun as we had expected. But we stuck in there, put on our swimming caps and got our goggles ready and waited. Some of the locals on a nearby balcony had trumpets and were playing ...