Hotel Melia Valencia
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... two hours to spend at the Aquarium. The Aquarium, the Oceanographic is known as one of the best in on the Mediterranean.
In the late afternoon on Saturday, we visited the Faller Museum. Faller is a long-standing Valencian tradition where once a year, each neighborhood of the city constructs some type of float. These gigantic floats depicting mostly ridiculous-looking people or cartoons are then burned in the festival in giant fires. Several of the smaller ...
... in senior year making out with his son whom she was dating for a little while. Blocking out this particularly disturbing teen romance, I can tell you that I have never seen anything like this place. It is wildly modern and otherworldly. If someone told you that it was built by an alien race you wouldn’t be all that surprised but at the same time, as modern as it is, there are certain features like the mosaic work around the center pond and a certain ...
... I decided very suddenly that I'd had enough, so I pulled out my map and managed to find my way home. The next morning I met a guide down at reception who took a bunch off us into the Plaza de la Virgen to meet our free walking tour guide. Duncan was a Scottish bloke who studied in Valencia, and liked it so much he moved back, and now does walking and riding tours every day. He was very knowledgable, and took us all around the Old City, through ...
... the population of unemployed, twenty year old men. They say may things in Spanish that I will not translate, so best leave them be.
7.) All the streets can appear shady, but the shadiest looking ones are where the best restaurants are. If you are very scared by travelling on a shady looking street then make sure to buy a knife or something next time. You probably won't need it though.
8.) Learn enough Spanish to get along, but, if all ...
... to continue throughout the year!
The staff at FSU Valencia is also amazing. There's Ignacio, the man in charge, who is the cutest man alive. He is so energetic and talkative that he brings an excitement to everything we do..even classes. Maria, Catalina and Alicia (Also my Espanol teacher!) are the three people that work in Student Services office. I haven't gone into the student services office yet this year, but I've spoken to all of them ...
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