NH Las Artes
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... of labelled pot plants! Exhausted and miles from the hostel I hopped on a city bike, which had some mechanical issue that caused the bike to bounce with every revolution of the wheel, so I trotted home along the empty streets, docking just as it started to rain! Hannah and I had been discussing ever since we arrived which Las Falals to watch burn. We met up at the Placa Colon for the fire parade which was cancelled, so we strolled back into town. ...
... nanna. We had a voucher for Burger King so stayed cheap and had the for lunch before it was time to get our stuff and head for the train to go to Valencia. The train was cool and so spacious and comfy and there were people little air hostesses on board that offered you food off a little cart! Got off the train and walked to our hotel! It was so nice! On like the busiest street with a million restaurants and the hotel was so nice! Even tho we were on the street with all the ...
... different than just going to class, then going home and eating dinner. The only thing I did was an excursion for my Spanish class to L'Albufera, a rice paddy/lake about 20 minutes South of Valencia. We walked out to the beach, which was pretty lame except for the 2 naked old men. Then we walked back to the lake where some people paid to go on a boat tour around the lake, but I was not feeling like going, so I stayed behind with some others and learned how ...
... patients and gaining feedback based off of observed interactions between the patient and the system. Iterations of user testing are conducted and a final product is released to the general population. Obviously there is much more to that process than I outlined above, but I hope I gave a nice synopsis. This process was explained to the CIO in more detail, and there are follow up calls being coordinated ...
Today we arrived in Valencia. It was sunny and the weather was perfect for sightseeing. We walked to the main square called plaza de la Virgin. We took a walking tour which was absolutely jam packed with history! Valencia has Arab and Christian roots, for centuries there were battles over it being Muslim and Christian, you learn something every day! On the tour we visited the ...