Beatriz Rey Don Jaime
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Day 110: Today we spent the whole day on the ferry as this was a day ferry and not an over night which sucked. So we left at 9.30am and arrived in Valencia at around 8pm, we caught the Topdeck group that we booked with for the La Tomatina before they headed out and got all of our gear and booked the bike tour for the next day. Emma didn't feel up …
... a concert hall, a venue hall, and an entrance area with an indoor garden, meanwhile the entire area is built around water. The buildings were cool to see, especially at night because they were all lit up, but the real reason we were excited about going was because we found out the museum area was very near the beach. We all agreed that we would bring towels and all jump in together. All of us being me Dom, Chris ...
... slowly than in Valencia. There were many hotels and resorts, as tourists do love to visit Denia for the beach. The hotel that I stayed at also served as apartments for more permanent residents. I thought this was rather strange, the concept of a “aparthotel.” The residents of the apartments seemed to be families with one or two small children. I wondered why the families were living at the “aparthotel,” instead of an actual apartment complex or ...
... to find out where to catch the on off bus we were away to view the old part of the city then changed buses to view the rest. Both trips were very leisurely and I started to panic as it was getting closer and closer to the time we were supposed to be back on board. In the end the bus FINALLY stopped and we caught a taxi back to the port only to find we only had 100euro note to pay the taxi driver which he ...
I met with my parents in the morning and we took a guided tour of Valencia. We learned about some of the culture of Valencia, like what alcoholic beverages they drank, where they got their food, the "Spanish" schedule, and a general understanding the floor plan of the city.
Later that evening the residence college which i'm living at had an orientation. I soon found out that we were integrated with Spanish people! So they had to translate ...