Hotel Marina Atarazanas
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... Anyhow, the festival involves many thousands of women gathering to place flowers into a giant ladies dress. They really don't know where thousands and thousands of flowers come from, but they estimate there are around 250000 flowers to make up the dress. Then behind the women, there are men with firecrackers. Makes sense... They have fireworks spectaculars each night and this lasts a few weeks. This could be an interesting festival. The Spaniards through a good festival...
... is held where close to a thousand people gather to listen about the importance of Catholicism. The speakers boom with the sound of a priest or a member of the clergy of one of the churches nearby talking about faith. This raised a question in my head. Are Spaniards really religious or is faith more of a cultural part of their society that has been engrained in so many of the members of the Valencian community that it is more a part of who they are than ...
... here even if it was a little different to what we expected it to be. Tahlia and I wanted to try some Paella from the area that it originated so Lucia drove us to a pub just up the road and we had original Valenciano Paella made with chicken and rabbit. It was so amazing, we ate until we were almost sick! When we had finished gorging on the food the barman, who was very nice and happy, bought ...
... Today, while getting jam for me, I showed her I liked the chocolate more, I wonder what kind touch will she bring? What a positive experience anyone could every have in a homestay! It really is a home, and it's like having a sweet Spanish mother! My classmates stay in this other flat, and it's like dorm housing. It's not a family there. I really lucked out with this warm woman.
I had some homework to do before heading out of the house, so that ...
... women they slept with so far in Spain. However, they were a friendly bunch from the north of Mexico, who made their living doing small jobs in Barcelona. So that was the first coincidence of Valencia.
Finally I arrived in Valencia, where I was welcomed with lovely architecture and weather. After probably an hour of walking endlessly looking for my hostel (The Purple Nest Hostel), which was actually easy to find, I was just not so good at looking for it. When ...