Hotel Sidorme Paterna-Valencia
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... you, so no matter which way you looked something was happening. It was pretty cool. It lasted for about 45 minutes, 40 of which Alita had her eyes closed because it gave her motion sickness (I didn't know this till after the film finished). So fair to say I enjoyed it a lot more that Alita. The museum was spread across 3 floors and each "science" had its own large cubicle or dedicated floor space. It was very interactive, but probably aimed more at kids than ...
... art in the small but lovely Picasso museum. We joined the locals in a bar to watch el classico – the annual soccer game between Madrid and Barcelona, the rivalry, especially given the tensions between Catalan and the rest of Spain.
Halloween has been on the horizon but we didn’t quite know how it would play out. We found pumpkins to carve in the hyper-huge-supermarket, and the boys put together costumes from items in ...
... First Blog Entry:
Here in Spain we have been doing a lot of cool stuff, and it’s not as bad as I thought it would be. About 5 or so days ago we went and saw these crazy bulls and they had these metal things that they put on the horns and lit them on fire. The last bull we saw stabbed somebody with his horn because people would run right next to the bull and try to dodge the horns, but this guy was stupid enough to run in font of the bull even though he knew ...
... Interoperability is an issue once again as most providers do not have systems tailored to these credit cards.
The information explained above establishes a baseline for my research into the Spanish National Healthcare System.
After meeting with officials from the Hospital in Denia, I have determined that they are an exception to the barriers described above due to the interoperability of their internal systems.
8- After 3 days, you call it home
When you live a life of adventure as a professional tourist, you tend to move on a lot. You will find a place, fall in love with a place, and then it will be time to move on. Your feet will start to itch and the rumblings of spontaneity are waiting to erupt at any minute. However, for that short period of time you are there, you find yourself calling it home. You feel you know every street, and ...