Valencia Center Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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The bus from the airport dropped me off a little way from my hostel, leaving me to walk the rest of the way. I was idly strolling along when I came across a major intersection controlled by police. I didn't think much of this, since a lot of intersections in Europe are controlled by police.
I almost jumped out of my skin when the explosions went off.
Relax. It turned out to be only fireworks strung ...
People either love Fallas -- or hate it. Valencianos either embrace it -- fundraising in their neighborhoods, cooking paella in the street, dressing in elaborate traditional costume, and celebrating for days on end. Or they leave for a week. (Apparently there are whole ski resorts in the Pyrenees full of Valencianos this week.) School is closed, many roads are closed, and the noise of ...
... it was time for X Door. This is a game where you are locked in a room and you have to solve clues and riddles to escape. You have one hour starting with a hunt for hidden objects and then the solving of a bunch of clues to find four final keys to open the door. It was actually so much fun! We worked well as a team and managed to escape the room with 7.30 minutes to go! The final statistics are that only 70% of people make it out and most people need six clues during the hour whereas ...
... a market which is nice. After the market, we went back to the hostel, grabbed our stuff and hiked on over to the train station to catch our train to Madrid. We got there a little early but guess who we ran into again? Yep, the guys from Wales! We headed for Madrid and they headed for Barcelona! It seems like a lot of the other travelers we have met are doing a similar trip but in the other ...
... of life. But it would be interesting, and I think worthwhile, to find out what percentage of people who identify with an issue or cause, at least on paper, actually do something about it, i.e. mobilize in march or protest form. Perhaps this percentage is higher in Europe, especially the PIGS countries, than in the States. As to its effectiveness, well, that remains to be seen. However, I think more than anything, marching ...