Hotel Melia Valencia
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... less formality and less personable qualities.
So the question arises; why? Why are the dining atmospheres so different among the countries? In Portugal and Spain, dining is considered a very familial and personal practice. You are supposed to enjoy every meal to the fullest and not worry or care about the time. Three hour siestas are common in both countries and allow workers and small shop owners to take ...
I would say without a doubt that this is would be our pick of places to visit so far on this cruise.
The pace of life is slow and relaxed and it is a charming mix of old and new which blends comfortably. In the old part of the city the streets are narrow and in some cases very narrow, and in the more modern part there are lovely wide modern streets and pretty tree lined avenues. After about three quarters of an ...
... are not aware of this. Each barrio has a fallas house, which is in charge of fallas events for said barrio, such as the construction of the Ninots and Monuments, Mascletas and fireworks, and street paella cooking competitions (yummmm.) Each falla house is composed of various members, including a head Fallera and a child Fallera. A Fallera is the picturesque woman with beautiful, ornate spanish dress, hair and poise. You can find pictures on the ...
... weeks. Let's hope this one does better then its' predecessor.
I quickly had to adjust to "old person" time, as Nonni woke me up just after 7am, to go down to breakfast. This is probably the first time I have eaten breakfast in over a week, with usually lunch being our first meal.
We then hit the road, as Nonni and Pa had hired a car. We really didn't have a destination planned, but had planned to drive around the Alps and find a nice place to stay ...
... had gotten because all the grease had been wiped off. Above that the pole was white with the thick guck. I heard later from people who got close to the pole that the grease smelt disgusting and people were getting it flicked into their eyes causing instant pink eye. As we were watching people attempt to climb the pole a group of 5 local men, probably in their late thirties or early forties, opened up the drain cover near where we were standing and started throwing buckets of water ...