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... and then made it to our hotel which is nearby some really amazingly modern buildings.
We were able to eat tiger nuts which some enjoyed and others did not enjoy.
After a short tour of the city center area, the bigger portion of the TYWLS camp stayed in the vicinity and decided to try out paella since Valencia is known to have the best paella in Spain. We found a spot that looked good and seemed to have good ...
... scaffolding which seemed to support a membrane that peeled and ripped away in the flames. I wove back through the suburbs and bought vegetables for dinner, needing some greenery after the meat and rice of arroz brut! By night the festival sparkles! The Fallas are lit by huge lights or corridors of sparking bulbs. Each neighbourhood has a Fallas society 'callas', across between community hall and working men's club, where they socialise for the week. Stages ...
... be developed into the new Mestalla Stadium.
The name of the stadium is the same as the stadium the club has presently, as it runs over par of one of the river channels which has been used for centuries.
The river that the original Roman outpost was built on, flooded the city so often that after the 1957 floods, the citizens made the decision to divert he river flow south of the city and convert the riverbed into a green parks zone, with serves them well ...
... stalls, juice and fruit stalls. But the one type of stall that takes up the dominance of the smell in the entire building are the fish stalls. Fresh fish is displayed everywhere you turn and the result is a prominent pong of seafood filling the open air around the entire building. After watching some fresh oranges squeezed before our very eyes we enjoyed a traditional Spanish omelette, which is essentially a potato quiche and is delicious. We continue to Catedral and ...
... rogramme). A difference that I find important in the success of Erasmus is the independence of the student. Aaron, our neighbor, has attested to how much he has had to grow up because he has had to navigate an entirely different country on his own. He had to find his own place to live, register for classes on his own, and become acclimated to a new culture and atmosphere all on his own. I think this is a remarkable way to figure out what it truly means ...