Hotel Sidi Saler
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... to the skies – people preferred not to recall the problems it had caused in its day, the wrangles and animosities, the deficit with which it had burdened the city." The memory of the 1888 World’s Fair, shrouded in positivity, juxtaposed with the bitter perspective of the 1929 World Fair at hand, introduces the question of exactly what effect these mega events actually had on Barcelona. Are mega events actually beneficial to the city, or do the costs ...
Valencia Getting to Valencia was another experience that I can only say will make me a kinder and more understanding person in the long run. Because if I said anything else, I would have to say it was bloody stupid. You may have already seen this in Facebook but... I arrived at the station knowing that I needed to get a 6:00pm train. So seeing a train bound for Madrid at 6:00pm I went to reserve my seat. Assuming that Valencia ...
... especially at night. After mooching off of the free wifi at Burger King (theme of the trip), we walked to our hotel, Hotel Itaca Consul de Mar, a little ways outside of the center of the city, where we met up with Madeleine, a girl from Sweden who is also studying at Maastricht.
The hotel was incredibly impressive. Not only did it have a pool, sauna, and gym, but our room even had a loft and a very large bathroom (with a bathtub); to top it ...
The ride in on the bus to Valencia was so uncomfortable. The bus was not a standard Busabout one and was much smaller than normal. So small infact that my knees were touching the chair in front of me and I'm not a tall person by any stretch of the imagination. I was so cramped in my seat and to make it even worse there was no entertainment system! I tried to sleep as much as possible on the 5 hour trip as I hadn't slept much at all the previous night. I didnt get to bed until 2pm cos I ...
... classes have like a group of 6-8 students, but my super beginner's course was less popular. The students, the ones I've talked to were like 19-20 years old. They're from other European countries. Mostly students done with high school or college and they're taking a year off to see the world. No wonder they're more worldly and cultured! They're actually worldly and cultured! Being in Europe didn't just make them that way, being out of Europe, or at least their ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility