NH Puerto de Sagunto
Travel Blogs from Sagunto
... This made me think that since the older generation ...
... same on Tahuna beach back home. Paella comes from Valencia so we had to go and have a traditional paella – made with rabbit ( didn’t tell james that bit) and chicken and beans – was delicious. James was straining to listen to an English speaking couple behind us ( must be getting bored of our company) – then a wedding party came in and we noticed after our afternoon on the beach they were still there. James quite ...
... so I went on my balcony and caught the tail end of a fireworks show. Apparently Valencia is known for their fireworks so it was cool to see. There were a few other room that had the same idea of sitting on their balconies to watch!
Monday, after my Spanish class, I met mom at her hotel. We had lunch at a cute cafe on the way to the City of Arts and Sciences which is the really modern building that shows up immediately when you google Valencia. The architecture ...
I only read four books this month, less than half of what I accomplished in July. Traveling with friends all month filled my downtime with conversation instead of literature. To beef up this post, then, I will provide two lists. First, the war wounds (aka badges of honor) I sustained at La Tomatina:
- Swollen eyeballs, two
- Bruised ear canal, left inner
- Possible ear infection, ...
... would be an excellent place to see a play or hear a concert. I am not a fan of opera, but it looks like an amazing spot for opera as well. The acoustics were incredible and the enormous stage is set up with many entrances from all different sides and angles. There are also wonderful balcony sections of the stage that I am sure are used a lot in their operas and theater productions. The seats themselves are the old stone ...
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