Hotel Sorolla Centro
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... boys was really challenging for me because I didn't know the drills or speak the language. Luckily Tim knew a bit of spanish and one of the spanish boys was nice and good at speaking english so he explained them all to me. The boys I trained with were 12 & 13 year olds.
For dinner we had a buffet. I then watched a little bit of sport before going to bed.
We left Madrid first thing and headed to Attoche railway station to catch a Renfe bullet train to Valencia. Spanish train network is now apparently one of the best in the world and easy to see why. Our trip to Valencia took just under 2 hours at a top speed of around 300 km/hr. On arrival it's a taxi to our Apartment, again organised through Airbnb and located in Plaza Pilar about 600m from the old city centre. A great location, but an apartment that needs a bit of TLC. Not even ...
The company at our hostel has been amazing. We met our roommate Moritz (from Germany) and another hostelmate Pat (from the US); we bonded over music and travel stories. The four of us decided to go to the beach the day after we met and jammed on Moritz's guitar. On the bus ride there, we met two more travelers from the hostel (which was not surprising since it was a perfect day for the beach). There was an amazing artisan ...
... pre-load, ha ha). Didn't bring anything fancy to wear so too bad for him - must get sick of it anyway. Some of them fawn over the uniforms, blarghhh. Have had some fascinating conversations with the Canadian/italian woman I mentioned earlier, she remembers the war quite clearly and how they were forced (living in Tuscany Italy) to billet German (Austrian) soldiers. They didn't have rationing as such as they lived in a little village so ...
... to celebrate his life. Because that is what is important. Living.
I am glad I can take advantage of my chance to live. After everything I have been through, I really cherish life more than I did in high school and middle school. I feel like so many people do not live for the moment - they do what is acceptable or normal instead of what will make them happy. Yes, I know it's weird to want to stay in some ...