Hotel Vora Fira Valencia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... a couple bedrooms, a kitchen, a laundry room, and entrance way. These little dwelling were similar to the idea of the hobbit hole in New Zealand but nowhere as cute!
After hours of driving we made our way to Valencia, and had a bit of free time in the city. We enjoyed looking at the exterior of the cathedral while enjoying some wine ...
... helper) met us outside baggage. Together we got a rental car and between her car and ours we made it to our townhouse. We met out rental agent and the woman who owns the townhouse (who is living in Miami, FL but had one more day on a vacation to Valencia). In just a short time, we were alone in our new home. We took a dip in the community pool -- and certainly got some stares as newcomers. But a warm welcome from the lifeguard, Jose.
We took a two-block walk past the ...
... increase in women’s conception of their own self worth. This increase in self worth could be responsible for more women actually reporting incidents of domestic violence than previously. This spike in reporting would result in misinformed data that would suggest an increase in domestic violence when really there was only an increase in the reporting of domestic violence.
Through the Spanish propensity ...
Intro to Hospital de Denia
Today I met with the CEO, CIO, and Director of Medicine at the HiMSS EMRAM Level 7 Hospital in Denia, Spain. Without going into too many specifics, HiMSS level 7 defines a hospital as completely paperless. In all facets of care processes, there is no paper exchanged between any of the primary care providers, specialists, and hospitals employed by this network. In short, it was a ...
... The girls looked absolutely beautiful. The dresses were incredibly beautiful and ornate. It is estimated that just the fabric for the dresses costs around 1200 euros. Each dress, all in different colors, is personally tailored to each girl with ornate stitching all throughout. There were falleras of all ages, from women in their 70s all the way to babies. I have to say, a personal favorite was the little baby fallera girls, still ...