Hotel Del Carmen
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... to a small strip with a few shops including a grocery and got the makings for a first dinner. We enjoyed sitting on our deck. It was hot and humid but nice. Our place is in good shape except for a few things that needed addressing (but typical of any rental). Otherwise we are pleased with the space and location. I will post pictures soon.
The next day (Thursday, August 21) we set off to tackle the last steps for our year-long residence Visa. Suffice to say, we were unpracticed ...
... bustling with vendors shouting and crowds haggling for their purchases. Las Ramblas was the main shopping areas and it was a very busy weekend, due to Barcelona playing at home.
I ventured to the Sagrada Familia building, which at the time I didn“t know was not finished by the architect before he died, and will not be finished for a long time! The way the structure stands at the front is very peaceful and church-like, with the ...
... worlds apart from their capitals in Madrid and Sacramento, respectively.
The beachside community was strikingly similar in Valencia to Long Beach and the other Orange County beach cities. Walking along the board walks in Seal Beach or Alamitos brought the same feeling as walking into Destino 56 on the beach on the beach in Valencia. However, as I continued to see the similarities between the two cities I began to see some ...
8- After 3 days, you call it home
When you live a life of adventure as a professional tourist, you tend to move on a lot. You will find a place, fall in love with a place, and then it will be time to move on. Your feet will start to itch and the rumblings of spontaneity are waiting to erupt at any minute. However, for that short period of time you are there, you find yourself calling it home. You feel you know every street, and ...
... t our awning in trouble and we survived the night in tack, able to get up and on the road early after the stormy night.
We arrived in Valencia, parking Larz in the free-parking zone a couple of blocks back from the beachfront and caught the bus into the historic old town of Valencia. I had two things planned for this seaside city – to try paella (apparently Valencia is where ...