Hotel Magic Villa Luz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... just didnt want us to leave :) We picked up Estela and went to the bus station to catch the next bus to Madrid. We had time to kill and had, officially, the last breakfast we'd have with our favorite family in Valencia. We got on our bus happy to be starting a new journey to a new city but wishing we could take them both with us. We were going to miss our most knowledgable tour guide and our excellent personal photographer who we had grown to love as our own family ...
... around 9 am the following day, so it was a relatively early night for us all, with them sleeping in their caravan and us in their house, it seemed rather odd but that was the way they wanted it.
We were actually up before them the following morning so I made tea and coffee for everyone and we all had breakfast together before they packed up and headed off on their holiday, leaving us and Biggles to get to know one another.
... sweet slushy drink ever invented.
Dipping fartons (sweet bread sticks) into it makes horchata even more
amazing. In the evening, Mindy and I discovered Elias' playstation 3 and a
fun video game that we all played for an hour or so ever night until we
Day 3 (Monday, May 24, 2010)
Mindy and I went to the Science museum and watch and ocean wildlife movie in
an Imax. The outside of the science museum is more impressive ...
... matters worst we didn't arrive until 7am from Valencia. It was so frustrating/disappointing to some I even saw a girl cry.
The sheds housed anywhere from 2-7 people. The showers/bathrooms were in the center of the "resort" and shared by the entire inhabitants. It goes without saying ...
... there. Twice just lying down to alternately read and nap. That night I gave in to my dark craving for some American food and went to Fosater's Hollywood American Restaurant. Big mistake. Just where in Philadelphia, I ask you, can one find a cheese-steak seerved on a pita? I'll tell you. No where. But that's how good ol' Foster's served it up. They also claimed on their menu, according to the New York Times no less, to have the world's best onion rings. I do believe I have ...