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... 8211; I thought, "oof, that's ballsy Bighna". In reality, being lost is a relative thing.
Suburban public transport is spotty and at one point my train simply skipped my stop. I helplessly watched my stop (les Valls) and our car, with Bethany in it, pass by. I wondered if I was headed to Barcelona for the night, for real. It thankfully stopped at the next town and four people, who also got cheated, piled into a neighbor's car and sped off. They offered me a spot, but ...
... case anyone else got hurt. That's when we left. Also in Spain they eat there diners and lunches really late. There typical lunch time varies and is 2:30-4:00 and there diner varies, are 9:00-12:30. And not only that but they eat and talk for like 3 to 5 hours. When I come back I will have probably gained like 20 pounds! Cause man these spainords know how to eat and cook. And I've had some of the most delicious fruits ever! Well I got to go eat some more! Love you guys - Anya
... br> Run through the town
get lost in Spain
go to Andalucia, Madrid, Barcelona and at least one other city
visit 3 other countries at least
Shop at the central market without anyone else's help
Visit free museums on Sundays
Go to the beach
Make a Spanish friend
Go to a Salsa class
Go to a Flamenco Performance
Play soccer with Natives
Get out of the apartment every day.
There are probably ...
... That somehow gives the city a very romantic feel. The city planner was way ahead of his time when he designed wide streets 30 years before the invention of the automobile. The hotel we stayed at, the Casual Hotel Valencia was our favorite so far. We've stayed at 12 hotels to date and feel we were experts in what we did and didn't like. First off, it was close to the train station, main square and had many restaurants and bars close ...
... 8-11:30 the crowd got thicker and thicker, wilder and wilder and the attempts by people to climb up the lard covered pole got more and more impressive! Once the ham was removed, by tradition, the tomato trucks come in wave by wave for the next hour. Our ham was touched and the locals decided that was close enough! But not before the rain had soaked us and the locals had poured buckets of water over our heads... No wonder the locals love it!! Haha Once ...