Hotel Marina Atarazanas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... it’s too hard living in Darwin and is moving back permanently to the Gold Coast. It’s great having others to get to know and chat to….especially some fellow Aussies J
We continued on towards Valencia and immediately on arrival noticed the many orange trees growing in the median strips on the roads; they looked so lovely. We wondered why people don’t take the fruit but apparently they are only ornamental and the ...
... with my friends, but we survived! The weekend after Fallas was basically just me sleeping and watching Netflix except for Saturday, when some of my friends and I went to see a bull fight. Bull fights only occur during Fallas in Valencia so we got to see the last one. It was not my favorite thing but it is very cultural so I felt the need to go.
Overall, this last week was one of my favorites during my time here. Fallas was truly an amazing experience.
... the side of cliffs to help alleviate against the heat. This was probably the Spain we were expecting and hadn't really seen up until now, it looked a bit like Mexico and maybe Utah looks in pictures. A quick stop for lunch had us arriving at Murcia, being a Sunday afternoon in August most things were closed and very quiet. We came across a little tapas bar that seemed ok and headed in. The lovely old couple didn't speak English so the only ...
Monday was a pretty chill day, after class I just hung out with some people in the school's cafeteria. After dinner, my roommate, Hanna the German girl, her friend Katherine from Switzerland, and I got on a bus to the beach. The beach was already full of people when we got there, which was around 10:30 pm. If you didn't read my blog from last year, the Festival of San Juan (Saint John) is one of the biggest parties that happens everywhere, all over Spain. There ...
Protests are not unheard of in the United States. In my hometown of Athens, GA, it's not uncommon for there to be a few marches in the span of a month or two. In Atlanta, it is as if there’s always some sort of march or protest is going on. Here, however, they seem to be more common. In my favorite plaza in Valencia, la Plaza de la Virgen, there were two protests in one day. The first was some sort of labor union protest. I ...