Hotel Melia Valencia
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- Minbar in room
- Babysitting service
- Concierge desk
- Smoking rooms available
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I didn't think I'd have anything to write about today. I slept in then spent most of the day in transit, flying first to Stuggart then down to Valencia. I spent the layover in a quiet corner next to a power point catching up on Game of Thrones. By the way, this season is lame because it's diverging completely from the books and relying on shock tactics and cliffhangers rather than subtle story development. I should have known though that a place ...
Last day here, or so I thought. Supposedly I was to check out today and not tomorrow. I found this out when I returned to the hotel mid-afternoon and my key card didn't work. Okay, well then extend my reservation plz. Visited the aquarium. I'm not one who goes to, let alone likes zoos or aquariums. I know they do a little good, but mostly bad I think. Why would an animal want to be caged for life? That ain't right. I made ...
... conversed was to point at items and we would nod or shake our heads. Every time I got halfway through a beer another would be placed in front of me and they kept feeding us. As we rubbed our bellies to indicate we were full the proprietor poured us a shot each of sherry. We reluctantly accepted and the old guy skulked a beer whilst we downed the sherries. We finally walked out with full belies and me half ****** with another three hours to ...
... really interesting to see that the city went between Muslim and Christian rule so many times that they ran out of materials to build with. So eventually they started reusing the materials they tore down, leaving walls with random statues embedded in the bricks. After the walking tour, we went to check out the central market which has been closed every other time we passed. On our way there, ...
... wasteful. The average American home is significantly large than that of the Spanish and the amount of energy we use to compensate that size difference is justified. At the same time we have a number of more appliances we use that the Spanish do not, in particular dryers, but out of necessity in places like Minnesota where it is just not feasible.
On the other hand, the Spanish have their own set of issues, in particular with recycling. Indeed there was the option to ...