Hotel Gandia Palace****
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We got up about 9 am and starting packing for the beach. Nuria had to leave her car at work the night before, so she asked if I could go with Jesus to get it and drive it back for her. That was an experience in itself - driving in Spain. The signs are different, the drivers are crazier, etc. I did it though - round-a-bouts and all!
As the roads are so narrow in Spain (due to the buildings being hundreds of years old), ...
... friends who were the owners. A very nice and modern restaurant. Juan ordered a bottle of wine for us all, a beer for each him and Sebastian and a glass of champagne for Estella. Juan, a gynecologist, told me it was OK to have wine in moderation so we cheered for a great trip and thanked them for having us. When it was time to order food Juan also took care of that, which none of minded since he knew exactly what to get. Plus Sebas and I really had trouble reading the menu, ...
... br> inside, as you can tell from the pictures. The most interesting thing on
the first floor were simple science explanations of Marvel action heros.
The third floor had lots of neat little exhibits about the human body. One
had a huge tank of water and scale you stand on. Then it fills the tank up
with how much water is in your body. Another checked your blood pressure
and had scales for what it should be, and another tested your balance on ...
... people were no comfortable. I even ended up sleeping with a coat on because there wasn't heat.
The program made us paella right there and me and my friends watched Europeans wake with shots and forty oz beers, while playing Euro-House and singing along. It was pretty funny to see at 11am.
... to pick with whomever they were quoting. And to top it off, at THIS of all places in town, the waitstaff spoke no English. Astounding. It was like pulling teeth to get some mustard for my soggy think onion rings. Oh well. That's it. No more American style food until I'm back in America. And so that was my Valencia experience and the Tomatina. My next destination (two actually) came as recommendations from my dear friend Colleen; Sevilla and Granada. And I was glad for the ...