Senator Parque Central Hotel
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... and maybe some appetizers and then wait another five to ten minutes for drinks to arrive. Appetizers will follow within twenty to twenty-five minutes. Then, you finally order your main course. That takes an additional thirty minutes to arrive. After you finish eating, give it at least a good twenty-five minutes for the check to arrive and be taken care of. The waiting staff is also very lax in Portugal and Spain. ...
... climbed a mountain up to a castle, which was pretty neat, and I was very tired when we got home. Thursday was a pretty chill day, and then at night we went to a club called L'Umbracle. Friday my parents came to town, so we walked around Valencia and ate some food. The weekend was more of being a tour guide for them, but it was cool to see all of the landmarks ...
... These mascletas are set off every day between the 23rd and the 19th of March at 2pm in La Plaza de Ayuntamiento. The day ends at Los Torres De Serranos at 7:30 pm with the opening ceremony of the festival, called La Crida (the creed). At the ceremony, there is performances, lights, welcome from the governor and head fallera, mascletas and lots of fireworks.
What is Fallas about? Fallas is a festival in memory of Saint Joseph, although ...
... up in Budapest in a weeks time.
- Beard Watch: as I know you are all interested in how my beard is progressing, here is an update. I still haven't shaved in nearly a month and the facial hair is very sparse, with it only appearing like a filthy neck beard at the moment, but I assume it can only get better.
- Cam bought his third backpack for the trip yesterday, as the one from home and Gibraltar have fallen apart. The first lasted like four months and the second only a ...
Nice, relaxing day today. Woke up at 7:30 am and headed down to breakfast. I was very excited to see the breakfast! Generally, Spanish breakfasts included a few crackers and milk or coffee - sometimes a small muffin called a ¨magdalena." This breakfast had those, but also had 4¨ pieces bread (French bread) as well as slices of meat. So I had a breakfast sandwich AND yogurt! I feel like I can last until 2:30 pm now ...