B&B Hotel Valencia Ciudad de las Ciencias
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Driving out little car back! Had an amazing two days in Valencia, had a great night out as well. Feeling a bit tired - breakfast was amazing at our hostel, Holiday Inn, so much fruit it was such a delight. Got into Granada just after 5pm so dropped out bags ...
Today was sooo busy! Upon waking up at 8:30, Zach and I went for a 5 mile run in the Jardin del Turķa, came back and made breakfast, and got prepared for the long day ahead of us. We took the bus to the city center today, gracias a Paloma, and started by visiting the Iglesia de Santa Catalina. We also climbed the 128 steps (yes, we counted) up the tower to see incredible views of Valencia. I stupidly forgot my camera, which was probably the worst mistake of the day. However, our ...
... 8 days. It had rained the last 8 days (this is awful weather for Valencia).
Thursday: For my culture class today, we went down in the squares and explored many quintessential sites in Valencia including Plaza de la Virgen, La Caterdral, La Basilica, and Iglesia San Juan del Hospital. This was very helpful especially because we had a project due in 2 weeks that included these sites. The rest of the day, I got ready for my mom and sister to be in Spain. ...
... personality and Valencia’s is no different. The structure is beautiful. An iron infrastructure with glass and tile provides shade from the afternoon sun and shelter from the rain. Open on four sides, the center of the market is capped by a dome crowned by a cupola. The dome is tiled in local tiles – a tribute to true craftsmanship.
Wandering around the city as we do we grew weary under the blazing ...
... know the english word for Polla...whoopsie!
Thismorning (Sunday) we woke up to find we have a new housemate, (as Vanessa moved out yesterday), Giulia, she is from Italy and doesn't speak spanish either. She needed to go to the supermarket and as it is a Sunday the shops near us aren't open, only in the city. She asked if she could tag along with us for the day so we could show her around a bit. We had decided to go to ...