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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Santamarta Cullera
Travel Blogs from Cullera
... next capital that I visited was Rome, Italy. Rome was absolutely breathtakingly beautiful. The architecture was old but was also in very good shape, and had plazas and street performers around every corner. Streets were dotted with flowerboxes and lively Italians greeting you into their restaurant to try their homemade pizza and gelato. The Coliseum, the Trevi fountain, the Vatican, and the Pantheon are just a few of the many sites that ...
... almost as bad, but they sit there waving their fingers at one another as they talk, all at the same time.
It was good value though. For about $5 for the train trip, once we got there we all got picked up and driven around the town in four big coaches to see different museums. Cullera is a beach town which is popular with the Spanish, but is looking a bit rundown and has hundreds of for sale signs on the balconies of ...
2) Turia Riverbed - Valencia
3) The Sagrada Familia - Barcelona
4) Vamos a la Playa - Valencia
5) The Dali Museum - Figueres
6) Central Market - Valencia
7) La Alhambra - Granada
8) Guell Park - Barcelona
9) Cordoba Mosque/Cathedral - Cordoba
10) Mya ( Favorite Club ) - Valencia
Top 10 Things I will Miss the Most
1) Volunteering with my hijos
2) BEACH DAYS, right here in Valencia. ...
... has been so lovely and welcoming; it's almost as if you have known them a long while, yet it has only just been 10 days. I guess that is the thing when you decide to move abroad. Other people are in exactly the same situation so there's kind of an unspoken understanding that you are here, I am here- lets make friends. It's nice. So far I have managed to get quite a few students. I am tutoring here, and I am really enjoying working here amongst beautiful ...
... people can say they were at a club with their professor?!
Today, we went to another museum and then a beach at the Mediterranean Sea, then headed home. Let's just say, I forgot that european public beaches are not like beaches at home. We all got a slight shock walking up to it!
Things I have observed thus far in Spain:
Doesn't matter what shape or size, nudity on the beach is normal.
Service at restaurants is not as good ...