Posadas de Espana Paterna
Travel Blogs from Paterna
... not have a modern feel. The cobblestone streets are not laid out in an efficient fashion, there is very little parking so the number of cars is limited, and the buildings look dilapidated from the graffiti and the broken tiles. This is because after the Salazar dictatorship Portugal made advances forward toward a more developed nation, but very slowly. After 1974, Portugal granted independence to its African Colonies which then fell victim ...
... drink 10 **** beers a night. whats the point.
well i think thats it for now. I woke up today around 12, walked around the shopping district, and now I'm back. Probably gonna nap, eat, and go out again tonight. O ****, I forgot to talk about my night!
So, at like 7 I went over to apartment 2 and hung out for like 9 hours. at that point, I came back and got ready, and just hung out. WE went to ...
... home because they are not working for tips.
A 1.5 hour trip away and the different accents are very noticeable.
Eating melon and ham together is not only common, but rather tasty.
Train stations are slightly intimidating.
Hotel rooms have a key slot inside to turn the power to the room on, otherwise it stays off.
Food = Great.
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... we got a bunch in San Francisco. Yeah, looks like it sells the exact same things. Yeah, even the prices looked the same. And the quality still sucks. I know. But I just wanted something fashionable, and they had pieces I would tolerate wearing for the duration of this trip. You know those thinner than paper dresses and button-up shirts? Not good for SF climate, but very, very good for this Spanish sun. I'm figuring I could keep these not-appropriate-for-SF-clothes ...
... as I thought I was but I still got to do more because my feet were hurting from the lack of conditioning and the heavier me!
At night, we headed into the city centre which is quaint, small and very nice. Its also very clean too with most of the buildings looking like they have been newly rendered and painted in the last few years. Our hotel recommended a restaurant called Ocho y Medio (which means eight and ...