Ibis Valencia Bonaire
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... a cigarette in their hands. It’s a peculiar scene. We have gotten to know some Spaniards through Eva and Javier, 3 families, Javier’s parents, and his sister and her husband,
and interestingly enough, none of them smoke. That’s got to be a statistical anomaly (Jay, I’ll get some numbers for you crunch) andI will have to ask Eva and Javier about it.
Anya’s soccer practice is directly after ...
... is surprisingly real. It is an odd feeling and
ever present. You could feasibly get stuck in your house for days if you didn’t
have a smartphone or a Spanish hours of operation divining stick. But, even
these are flawed, because while they may tell you the listed hours of
operation, they don’t actually open the store doors. With Che’s help I will
design an app that can do this and we will jump start the Spanish ...
... there as well as bikes (which were most likely stolen the week before). There were so many people there it was hard to get through to the stalls. It was a beautiful day so after the supermarket and lunch I went down to the Royal Gardens in the sunshine and read my book! It was nice. We have tomorrow off volunteering so we are planning on going to The City of Arts and Sciences which is what I have been looking forward to this whole time :)
... fell asleep in the car on the way back to the hotel. So the kids and Antonio stayed there relaxing while Eva and I went shopping:) it was really busy and lots of people out buying Christmas presents too. It was a pretty tiring day so Eva and I picked up supper and wet back to eat at the hotel. They had an awesome balcony in there room soo we ate there with a pretty night view. The next day, up we got for the race. I love the environment ...
... to try the laundry again. It was kind of the same situation, but a lot of the things on the line were dry anyway, so we put the washing from the machine into a basket and put ours on. While we waited we had a chat with the girls before and after us in the washing line, Jenna and Scarlet, both Aussies from Melbourne. Scarlet was also a 24 year old, who was born in Ocean Grove and lived in Mildura, which is my exact ...