Parador de El Saler
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... have pools and most of them have ping-pong tables.
We're staying in a place called El Oasis and we have our own little cottage. Mom and Dad are trying to get us out of there as soon as possible because the wifi is failing to work and there are some French boys accross the way who like to do bike tricks for me and asked my brother about me (Questions about my age, and ...
... while on a four-legged creature is somewhat of a representation that they are the law, and you, as a citizen, cannot be above it. They are the authority figures. It must be almost similar to the way the Native Americans felt when they first spotted the man on the horse and believed them to be on powerful creature. Well, the police do have power in this situation. Historically, horses used to be used for cavalry. Authority figures would ...
... the 1970’s during its industrialization period, Barcelona was a very “grey” town and it took the work of many of the young technocrats to change it into what it is today. Madrid has just recently caught up to become the second most industrial city in Spain. While Madrid has worked hard to move towards industry, Barcelona is moving away from it into a more technological and touristy city. Arroba 22, which used to be known as industrial area of Poblenou, is ...
Las Fallas is a week long celebration that occurs every year in Valencia in honour of St. Joseph. Every year each neighbourhood in Valencia forms a team to fund-raise and build a Falla which is an elaborate statue made of wood and paper mache. Then, during the week long festival, they are judged and the top three are awarded with prizes.
Then on the last night, all of the Fallas are burned (Fallas means torches). This festival has a religious base now, but arguably ...
This past weekend was my last trip within Spain, besides my remaining time in Alicante. All of the different places I have been (Madrid, Toledo, Segovia, Barcelona, Benidorm, Elche, Altea, Caple, Tabarca Island, Granada, Guadalest) I have thoroughly enjoyed, and Valencia was a great city to end on. I am thankful that I got not only to spend time in Alicante as my one central city, but also got to see much of the ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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