Hotel Sidi Saler
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In the immortal words of Mario Lanza: "Valeeeeeeeencia!"
First of all, I apologise for not uploading an entry yesterday. The train journey from Barcelona was longer than I expected, but was made all the quicker by a fine selection of podcasts I had downloaded. By the time I arrived and got situated, I decided, having not done much in the way of sightseeing yesterday, that I would wait until today to write an entry.
This morning I went on another walking tour of ...
... thirst for knowledge on the topic of domestic violence in Spain. Speaking with my Spanish teacher, Pilar, she suggested that she help me compile an entrevista to bring to the women’s shelters of Valencia in the hopes of getting a deeper grasp of what the underlying reason for the trend. This is something I intend to research further in order to gain a better understanding of why this contradiction is occurring.
Yesterday we arrived in Valencia it was a small city it had a castle inside the middle of the town it was closed there was 8 big holes the good guys put the hot oil down to burn the enemies. The enemies haas big catapults they big balls inside the catapult so they can bring down the castle it is still standing today. We are now driving to Barcelona it is a 4 hour ...
... in treat in there with all the smells and tastes. We tried some seafood paella and it was delicious. They actually have fast food stores selling paella which made us laugh. Apparently Valencia makes the best! We burnt off our paella by climbing the bell tower of . There are two bell towers, one is the male and the other is female, they stand near but far enough away from ...
... telling them, in Spanish, what I've learned in my Spanish class. They are eager to help me fix my plentiful mistakes and wretched accent but regardless of how sinfully terrible my dialogue may be, the kiddos never cease to applaud for me afterward. It warms my heart.
And of course, now that I officially live abroad, another thrill is traveling. Earlier this month I took weekend excursions to Valencia and Geneva. Valencia was ...