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... to see some sort of embellishment on it. Anne and myself thought it could have been covered in tiles, whether mosaic or just tiles like the Sydney Opera House, to just give it a lustre...
Ok. Start again. In the beginning, Valencia started out as a Roman Fort. Built on the river bend and near a ford as a sentry point for a main trade route along the coast. The river system or delta was a major agricultural area for ages prior to this, and makes it one of ...
... in the sky. The walk takes a fair while ( especially after a shopping stop) but when we reach the beach its worth it. From the concrete walkway to the actual water is separated by at least 70 metres of sand. The beach spreads for as far as the eye can see but we decide to sit down for some Paella and Sangria before hitting the water. Tough life I know. After a dip in the wonderfully water and a slow and unsteady walk back along soft but thankfully unsqueaky sand ...
... and "mesh" with an unfamiliar setting. Especially in a world that is globally inspired and constantly reminds us that it is important to be able to work with several different types of situations and people, Erasmus is an important tool in teaching the students of European colleges and universities that very idea. Compared to Erasmus, there are a few things about Study Abroad that I think make it unique. First, I love that the programs offered to Georgia ...
... hockey game we headed back to the Mercodona and stocked up on dinner, breakfast and lunch. And we had ourselves a little dinner feast. The day had wound down and we got ready for tomorrow. We would be leaving Valencia and heading to Barcelona, the last of our Spanish trip. Valencia is a nice city but it really is just another city to us. There were a couple nice things here but we are more small town dwellers, but I still wouldn't have missed it here.
... s dog Eduardo came with us and was helping out (or so he thought). We had to clean up three gates and then went back to the shed to get Sickles so we could cut down the reeds blocking the entrance to the last gate.
The park does not have a lot of wildlife, mostly birds. There weren't many invertebrates in the water or insects but this may have been because it is winter here. There are turtles and frogs in the water but because of the season they did not ...