Hotel Sidi Saler
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is then strained through muslin and the liquid extracted. This milky mixture is served with sweet brioche type bread. You are supposed to dunk the brioche into the milk then eat. Gave it a go - not a huge fan, tasted like soggy bread in milk Leaving lunch, we did an orientation drive through Valencia seeing where to old city end and new city started. Strange seeing the old ruins on one side of the street ...
... stalls, juice and fruit stalls. But the one type of stall that takes up the dominance of the smell in the entire building are the fish stalls. Fresh fish is displayed everywhere you turn and the result is a prominent pong of seafood filling the open air around the entire building. After watching some fresh oranges squeezed before our very eyes we enjoyed a traditional Spanish omelette, which is essentially a potato quiche and is delicious. We continue to Catedral and ...
... over a year. Since then I have been trying to pay more attention to the reasons why people have travelled to Spain, and more often than not it is to study. I have met students from France, Belgium, the UK, India, and I have even run into students from the United States partaking in a program very similar to ours from University of Washington, UGA, and UVA. The only thing I can equate Erasmus to is to Study Abroad and Exchange Programs. Although Erasmus seems a ...
... And there was an entire area dedicated to just fish! They even had living eels ready for the taking and fish I had never seen before. This would be a hot spot if I ever lived here, that's for sure.
After the farmers market, we just spent time walking around town. Got lunch, some ice cream, the usual. We did come across this huge tapestry that was made entirely of dried flowers which was pretty phenomenal. We walked by it twice and never ...
... was nice, it is not open to the public so we got to see "behind the scenes". They have a seed bank here where they stock seeds of the native plants to the area by going into the forest and collecting the seeds of the plants. They also have seeds of plants that may not be native to the area or very rare plants. The man showed us where they process and extract the seeds from the plants and ...