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... in scuba diving school. He's like the younger brother I wish I had. Or the son I wish I could have. A flatmate of Miriam's also joined for dinner.
The selection of seafood was very different here than in the US. I noticed when I order a fish it tends to be of a variety that has tough flesh. I missed my fatty, flaky salmon!
It was nice to prepare a meal here, but the equipment was sorely lacking. ...
... too much time passed and I was officially hungry and must get to eating 'cause I travelled a little too far and need to get the meal out of the way before heading to school.
Sadly I was in a touristy area. So I settled in a touristy restaurant the Cerveceria Los Toneles. I ordered the menu del dia, menu of the day, which consisted of 2 courses, a drink and bread, with a dessert at the end. All for 10 euros. You can see my pics, it was enough for 2 people! I ...
... like we could have seen more things if we had gone on our own.
By this time, it was around 1 PM and we had a couple hours to relax. We explored what parts of the city we had not seen, ate some more paella in a café, and went through the old city central market (one of the largest in Europe). We then got our bags from the hostel and made our way to the train station for our 4 PM train to Madrid.
We caught the train, made ourselves comfortable and the train ...
... pub crawl which was a sightseeing adventure as much as an opportunity to meet tons of people.
Day three was our day at the sciences district. Hoping our 25 euro ticket would be put to good use, we ventured off in search of some education! Quickly we realized it was not something worth our money, nor our time. As a Californian, this was the moment I realized how great it was to grow up with the Monterey Aquarium, the San Diego Zoo, the Imax ...
... s all constructed over the underground river that flows through Valencia. Flowers, palm and pine trees, grassy fields, orange trees and bike paths cover the park grounds that lead you under pretty bridges that make you realize you are walking where the river should be.
Walking these paths, you go from old to new as you enter the Valencia City of Arts and Sciences. There’s a huge fountain surrounded ...
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