Hospes Palau de la Mar Hotel
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... over the summer aka don’t get paid but get all transfers, travel, accommodation, food, and entry covered.
I’ve chosen the campsite and to stay in a tent. I have no sleeping bag, no mat, no anything really haha. But it was just awesome. I had a tent to myself. I was up the back away from most people, just in a corner with some people who became good friends. I had a tent to myself, hired a matt, used my picnic blanket as a blanket and piled up some clothes as ...
... panoramic view of the city once again. I love the skyline of Valencia, with the mountains and the sea, and also all of the blue domed churches that the city is known for. After the Catedral de Santa Maria, we stopped at the Mercat Central, which was enormous, and had tons of fresh everything. Zach and I bought some cherries and nectarines, which we ate for lunch in the park, and were muy muy ricos! Afterwards, we walked back the apartment before heading to the Museo de Oceanografía. ...
... in my UGG boots, making me very uncomfortable as my feet were sloshing around in a pool of wet wool…ewww! I snapped a few pics and we grabbed a beer at a hole in the wall pub before making the decision to get back in the car so that we could get to Alicante in time for some late night tapas. It was pouring down rain on the way to our next destination and I was really happy that it finally stopped right before we drove into Alicante. ...
... reading (and ultimately finishing my book on Catherine II) – now reading Orange is the New Black (gets off to an exciting start) and jumping into the pool for relief.
Laying around the pool, one tries not to eavesdrop on other’s conversations, but when one is SO LOUD as to interrupt one’s reading….it becomes a challenge. SO….I listened….tell me you wouldn’t!
Hola! That is about the limit of my Spanish currently.. no, I am trying! The first week or so I have been here, I have been establishing myself and exploring; getting to know the area. I LOVE IT. Valencia is a beautiful city, not too big and not too small, and you can find your way around pretty easily. Everything you could possibly need is here, from beaches to shops, from English food products to a LIDL. The people are lovely, it is very safe, and I love ...