Ayre Hotel Astoria Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAyre Hotel Astoria Palace Valencia
reallly amaging location. Servies very good, breakfast included in the rate really nice, awesome wifi connection. Gym was not as expected, but not a big issue.
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A few posts ago (Where we're meant to be) I mentioned we had found a lead on a new apartment in Valencia. After we left Valencia we continued travelling and I forgot to mention in my blog that we got the apartment! It's a shared apartment with four bedrooms that are rented out to foreigners like ourselves.
Because it is a shared apartment, I'll be honest, it needed a little love. ...
... this day so we just end up getting stuff done on that day. For dinner this night, we went over to our friend Page's apartment and had a pot luck style dinner with a bunch of our friends. It was very good.
Thursday: Thursday was a little bit different than the rest. On Thursday, we met our professor for our Spanish Culture and Civilization class (he had not ...
... the nearest town center, turns out to be an adorable small hill town with a long history!
We left Betera and headed to a beach area north along the coast (towards Barcelona). In just 20 minutes we were on the sand with turquoise warm water spread out before us. Not to mention HUNDREDS of Spaniards enjoying the last stretch of August. We found a spot and dove into the small waves. Good castle sand, too!
As we were packing to be ready for an early take-off to England ...
... closed. We had the market stuff stashed, dinner prepared earlier and so settled and prepared for tomorrow's transition day.
Some reflections from our discussions over the trip so far:
The experience of rushing to every main attraction, lining up, paying the hefty toll. Viewing the spectacle in crowds loses the peace, joy, ease of movement that travel can have. Often walking, looking and exploring are more rewarding. If there is a ...
... when the trucks trie to squeeze through but we both loved it.
Cam and I tried to make our way up to the pole (covered in pig fat and has a ham at the top of it) to see it. But in the process, we got separated. Luckily, I found Monte and the boys, along with Justin, Bentley and Jimmy from Sail Croatia.
I already hated tomatoes before it started, but after about 60 minutes of throwing, sliding, splashing and crushing tomatoes at each other, I can say, the smell now makes ...