Hotel Portal del Caroig
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... soup) and went to the supermarket. We got some drinks, I got a litre of orange juice and Adrian icy poles and cooled down! We then went on the hunt for a Valencia magnet but with no success! This put me in a bad mood but were going to try and find one on eBay to buy! We did find one at the tomato festival tho which I was so excited about. We went back to the supermarket and got food for dinner again and this time opted for just some pastries, croissants ...
... of the rides meant a lot of standing in line, so what should have been a quick-ish trip ended up taking about 2 hours. The views were well worth it though. See the photos to get a sense of it. It was much more peaceful once we returned to the monastery as many of the day trippers had left. We headed back to the Basilica for the 6.45pm vespers and towards the end the boys choir came on and joined in and it ...
... the new friends I made. These people are also students at my language school. Sadly, Vicky and Seheba are leaving at the end of the week. But we'll hang out a bit before they go. They are currently staying a few blocks from me. Axel and Johannes will be here for much longer, so I'll have some buddies. They are staying a bit farther away though. I can get to them by bus.
My friends at home were right, my fears and concerns of spending 4 weeks alone are ...
... some stamina LOL. Just joking as its my fault for feeding him so healthy at home. I had monk fish with grilled squid ragout, potatoes, saffron, and paprika and he had a flash grilled burger style beef. Dessert was yum, a special yoghurt (like a homemade curd set) with a sweet yet slightly acidic finish with Black Maria (like an Oreo) biscuit and chocolate shavings, Vern had a cheesecake with ginger ice cream. Yep it was low fat night. Bahahaha .
... glass. One of her hands holds a sphere (symbolizing the universe) which is not behind the glass and it is traditional to kiss or touch that hand while opening your other hand to Jesus. As a non-religious individual if I'd had to wait in the initial huge line I wouldn't have enjoyed it nearly as much. Because we waited until the site was almost closed and most of the tour busses had left, the line was minimal but still took at ...