Hotel Jardines Del Turia
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Dry riverbed, turned into a great park
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... city with its mix of old and new buildings and narrow winding streets. I had read about this great Spanish/Peruvian fusion restaurant that was just around the corner from our apartment and on the way back from the Cuitat Viella we checked out the menu. You can imagine our disappointment when we returned at 8 pm to find it closed. So were most of the cafés nearby. After walking around for half an hour and Jack twisting his ankle in the process, we stopped ...
I didn't think I'd have anything to write about today. I slept in and spent most of the day in transit, flying first to Stuttgart then down to Valencia. I spent the layover in a quiet corner next to a power point catching up on Game of Thrones. (By the way, this season is lame. It's diverging completely from the books and relying on shock tactics and cliffhangers rather than subtle story development.)
I should have known that a place like Spain ...
Last day here, or so I thought. Supposedly I was to check out today and not tomorrow. I found this out when I returned to the hotel mid-afternoon and my key card didn't work. Okay, well then extend my reservation plz. Visited the aquarium. I'm not one who goes to, let alone likes zoos or aquariums. I know they do a little good, but mostly bad I think. Why would an animal want to be caged for life? That ain't right. I made ...
... Maybe not right away, but thats the great thing about God. He works in years, millenniums, lifetimes… not in days and hours. Which means that my contentment will last for not days or hours, but years, millenniums, lifetimes…. But that's what contentment is. Happyness is temporary. God is eternal. Making a conscious decision to choose the eternal over the temporary (as matt would say "choosing soul over self") is my ...
... had some time before class and saw a horchateria nearby. I wanted to take it the same way the Valencianos do here. They dip their farton into it. So I had a small horchata...realized downing the big one made me gag a bit, it's hard to take a lot of food at once in warm weather. It was fun to try. :)
My last class Babylon Idiomas took place today. I had such a positive experience here. Rafa, Inma, and Maria were my top ...