Holiday Inn Valencia
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SO after the Toledo expierence we wer eexcited to get to Valencia. We ended up staying there longer than we thought. I was proud o fmyself after finding a plane ticket from Valencia Spain to Milan Italy for only 12 Euro. With taxes it was around 30 USD. I will pay 30 dollars not to have to be on a train for 20 hours. So we get to the airport and go …
Leaving Menorca for Barcelona... We then caught a train to get to Valencia where our Party Professionals package commenced for the famous La Tomatina held in the small town of Brunol. We had purchased the 4 star package, but on arriving in Valencia and going by the state of the place... It wasn't going to be anything like the 4 star for Tomorrowland haha. Valencia had quite a grungy run down look about it but I have to say the overcast weather with ...
... beluga whales) swimming for hours on end.
I decided to stop at the Albufera on my way back to the hotel. The Albufera is a fresh water lagoon located in a natural park just outside of Valencia. The lagoon is surrounded by small fishing towns and beautiful rice paddies. I drove around for a while exploring, stopping to have a coffee and take in the landscape, and then headed back towards Benidorm. I stopped in the little town outside of the spa for dinner ...
... cured meats, pigs heads (seriously), nuts, lollies, herbs and spices. I did laps until the venders started giving me dirty looks because I was taking photos instead of buying. Back at the hostel I met up with a group for the free bike tour with our mate Duncan. He took us out of the Old City, through the old river bed which is now a long stretched out park, and got us to the City of Arts and Sciences. An architect called Calatrava designed ...
... to a different area of Valencia every class and simply observe the people while taking notes and talking about it. Then, we write an essay on our observations taking in the people, the architecture, the culture and our experience with it thus far in our study abroad journey. It's a really intriguing course! I also really enjoy my Spanish class. This is the first time a language course seemed to have a purpose for me. My Spanish is improving (I've taken a ...
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