Hotel Llum Blava
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... of the Roman, Visigoth and Arab city can be seen. It provided a great insight into the urban development of Valencia from its foundation in the Medieval period. The picture of the Jug, Urn and decanter is representative of the 12-13th century. Of course, given the Roman influence it is no surprise to find Thermae ( buildings built for bathing ) here. This one is structured into defined, individual rooms and each appeared to have a ...
... design (even I can recognise this after my education about Gaudi).
We later attended a walking historical tour with a young and enthusiastic guide who explained the cities extensive and diverse history. Firstly settled by a troupe of Roman soldiers who received the area as kind of superannuation bonus for services well supplied, the city came under Barbaric rule for a few centuries until the arrival and takeover by the Moors. But, as in the usual way, the ...
... to navigate the paper system. There is a great deal of whining for all those involved and a newfound appreciation for their digital networks.
The exact opposite is the issue in the United States. In the US, paperless is such a foreign concept with an extremely negative connotation attached within the provider ranks. Within large cities are extremely innovative providers looking for any technological edge they can get their hands on in ...
... it, although it’s quite noticeable that the park safety rules in Australia haven’t filtered down just yet to Valencia. Dinner was in the park and was a mix of all the great food that we’d bought earlier in the day. This was followed by a game of soccer where the girls tried to kick the ball into the pond while the guys had to keep it out…great fun. A new day today (Sunday) saw us all celebrating Resurrection Sunday at ...
So the last time I went to the market I forgot to document my receipts so this time I am going to write down everything I got just to see how much money I am spending/saving.
Chorizo Sausage (2) - 1.06 E - $1.43
Clementina ( 6 clementines) - 0.52 E - $0.70
Pinas (half of a pineapple) - 1.70 E - $2.30