Hotel La Carreta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... water was pretty warm! We had lunch along the foreshore which was delish!! Spicy potatoes and calamari! MmmmMmmm! We then headed back to the hotel as it got a bit windy and had a little nanna nap! I checked us in for the La Tomatina festival and met our guide! Then at 7 we all met for a meeting about the festival and got our ...
It would take about 6 hours to get to Grenada today from Valencia so had to have a couple of stops every two hours (at **** little roadside stops) and arrived there at about 3.30pm (that's after leaving at 8.00am this morning!). The scenery on the trip changed dramatically from Oceanside resorts such as Benadorm Resort which is apparently the biggest resort in Europe along the Mediterrainian Sea to ...
... but if you were to ask what they were religiously more often than not they would say Catholic. Many have told me that this is in part because that is what is familiar to them. They were raised Catholic and everyone they knew was Catholic. It was a part of their community not who they were themselves. The "laid back" Sundays I have experienced here in Valencia also lead me to believe that Christianity is more cultural and not religious. Everything ...
... an American would be spending almost $330 a month on power as compared to their current $130. The average Spaniard spends about $160 a month and would only spend about $65 a month with their consumption at American prices. With average salary in Spain of only about $1,500 a month, a savings of $100 would be huge in the Spanish economy as a whole.
So what could I make of all these numbers and ideas? Well, for one, Americans definitely consume more but not just ...
This night… this festival… exceeded all expectations of what I thought insanity was. I was not prepared for the craziness that inhabited my peaceful, beach city.
Starting Friday, things started getting crazy. Every day la banda was outside my door, at all hours of the day and night. I must admit however, that I love la banda. It was one of my favorite parts of the festival. The beats, the drums, the sax, the trombone, ...