Hotel Las Arenas Balneario Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... ago after growing tired of the 'boys club’ mentality and politics. As she said, it was worse dealing with that than the crooks on the outside. Hmmm I can relate! She has 2 daughters aged 22 and 24 and lives between the Gold Coast and Darwin where she helps her partner run a busy shed building business. It seems many people live in large sheds in Darwin, as this is permitted and you can have a nice home for around $70,000. Apparently though ...
... we were leaving and he tried to pay for some water and beer we enjoyed in our room. If he had only know...that bar would have been empty! LOL.
At mid-day we met our group to stroll to the daily mascletį scheduled for 2 PM. If you've read the link above you know this is very much a part of the celebration with strings of fire crackers exploding in a special rhythmic order. The SOUNDS last for about 5 to ...
... next time. That's awk. But what's done is done. Nothing I can do now.
So after lunch, I decided to go for a run. Looking at a map of the city, it looks to be shaped like a circle. I mapped it out on map my run and it was around 3 miles. Sounds like a nice, pretty short run right? Wrong. After an hour I realized that I must not be right. Turns out I took a wrong turn somewhere. It took me a total of 3 hours to ...
... for the pub crawl would be. We had a couple of hours spare before that began so we all split up into our own groups for dinner. Ours decided to go into the very first restaurant we found and there we shared some patatas bravas (not the best, quite possibly the worst I've had) and two paella dishes (traditional Valencian with chicken and a black squid ink seafood one). The food wasn't amazing and neither was the Agua Valencia (champagne and orange juice version of sangria) which ...
We could tell as soon as we got off the train at Valencia that we had hit the Mediterranean coast - blue skies and the hottest weather to date. We staggered from the train station through the narrow streets of the old town to our accommodation. We were a bit unsure of what the area would be like - we had done a google maps street view tour of the street. It looked a bit dodgy with graffiti over all the roller doors pulled down over the shops. But ...