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... itself seemed to parallel New York pretty closely. Huge side-walks bordered developed roads with busy traffic and the familiar sounds of taxis honking were never far away. Huge skyscrapers aligned the streets, and giant five-star hotels and restaurants with big, flashy lights stuck out like bright stars in a night sky. Tourists and locals both kept a fast-pace when walking through the city. Even typical NYC ...
... the mountain in the searing heat you have done so for nothing because we are closed on Mondays you stupid tourists. Have a nice day. "
They wandered back down to town, and had a refreshing mojito in the town square before returning to Valencia.
They drove back to Valencia, changed and set off to find somewhere for a drink before dinner. A short distance from the hotel, they discovered "Mercado Colon" which was a beautiful building ...
... would learn.
A girl who travels will learn to appreciate both cities and vast countryside. She will appreciate the season changes and sudden downpours- and enjoy the water drenching her, as she knows it is a feeling only felt for the shortest time.
A girl who travels will always have questions in her mind, but positively uses them to expand her knowledge and share them with those closest.
A girl who travels will find solace in a means of ...
Started the day with some culture with a visit to the Centre de Carme. It's an old gothic building with some artwork and modern art in it. Everything was not in English so I didn't learn anything about what I saw.
After another wonderful class with my most awesome instructor, Maria, I was at a loss as to how to spend the rest of the day. I liked not having plans! Right outside school, I ran into Miriam and Dorian. They had a plan to visit the Torre ...
... Nice big soft lobs so I wouldn't actually hurt anyone. I ended up flat against the wall and all of a sudden I got whacked in the cheek with a pretty solid unripened tomato. It hurt. A lot. So I bent down to try and hide for a little while and just passed the tomatoes up to everyone around me. A second truck was turning down the street so we all squashed up against the walls again protecting our heads as it drove past then diving onto the fresh new tomatoes on the ground and pegging ...
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