Hotel Melia Valencia
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- Multilingual staff
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... still got juice in my eyes and it stung like hell but nothing like it could have. Got some cool pictures at the end lying in the tomatoes which was great. The camera worked amazingly and I got some great great pictures. Headed for a shower afterwards an then slowly made our way to the bus to depart at 2pm. Back to the hotel to shower and to try get tomatoes out of hair and to remove the acidic smell they left. ...
... br> - For the first time since I have been gone I was able to find a proper steakhouse. I was able to get a Argentinian rib-eye for less then $20 euros.
- The city use to have a river run right next to it that they diverted. They now have a park in the riverbed that is very beautiful.
- The beach is massive here in Valencia. It not only stretches what seems to be a mile, it also is a couple football fiends in depth with ...
This was the week after Fallas, so I really wasn't ready for school. However, I had something to look forward to on Friday. My mom and sister were arriving in Spain on Friday afternoon.
Monday: It was difficult waking up for my spanish class at 10am after a week of sleeping in, but I managed to make it there on time. For my food class, we presented on the regions of Spain. My group did the region of Andalucia, which is the southern region of Spain ...
... offered no tours. So…we walked!
We made our way to “old town" via the riverbed, which has been transformed into a beautiful park. The temperature was 37 degrees Celsius! SO HOT! We tried to stay under the shade whenever possible. Along the way we chatted about how Europe is not mired in the past, and embraces its future. Architecturally, one may see an art nouveau building adjacent to ...
... of 7 million litres, there were sharks and sting rays and lots and lots of other fishes and sea creatures. The Temperate and Tropical exhibit was nice, there were lots of brightly coloured fish, the underwater tunnel was 70 metres long, the largest in Europe. We saw the sea lions being fed when we first arrived at the Islands and farewelled them as they basked in the sun when we left. The Wetlands is an open ...