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... Sangria. Valencia is famous for its Mussels which are harvested just on the coast of Valencia, and also for its Paellas and other rice dishes. We got back to the apartment at around 11pm only to find a bit of partying going on in the downstairs bars, which continued on to around 1.30pm. These Spaniards have a great life. Nothing opens until 10.00 am then closes at around 2.00. Siesta time everything shuts then starts up again around 5pm. No one goes out for dinner until 9 or ...
... structures that you can climb to the top of for views across the old city. So what else happened today. Well I have found out the answer to the question of how many people do you need to put up a sign for a shuttle bus. The answer is three. One to hold a clipboard and point out what is going wrong. One to actually do the work and the last to generally interfere, undo everything and mange to loose the vital piece. Here's another question for you. When on holiday ...
... relax in the sun and every couple minutes someone would ask if we wanted a massage, a tattoo, some sliced coconuts, you name it. We became very good at simply saying "no, gracias" but it happened quite a bit.
3.) Being topless at the beach is perfectly acceptable- There isn't too much else I need to say about this one..
On Saturday night, our group went to a pretty cool place for dinner to order paella. Paella is a ...
... the city. So, I made a night reservation in Valencia and off we went. My friend Alicia made a restaurant suggestion for Paella in Valencia, which made the trip even more
important for me. You know, anything for a delicious Paella.
So, all we had to do was actually get there. We picked up our NINE passenger van in Madrid at the airport. It took us a good 45 minutes to find the van in the parking lot because of the great help from the ...
... probably all fresh, with no preservatives or artificial ingredients like America, but there is also no FDA here, so I still have to hope for the best. Since my arrival in Iberian Peninsula, I have noticed that the food here has been very fresh and it tastes different than food back home, which worries me because I will not know how to readjust to preservatives and meat fillers. Fresh food like this at home is considered organic and costs more money in the grocery stores and ...