Sweet Hotel Continental
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... visited Barcelona in the past few months with James, with the expectation that we would maybe teach there for the next school term. I liked it, but still nothing compared to Valencia. It was a very British city, with almost everyone speaking English. Commuting around the city was more difficult as, of course, it is a lot bigger than Valencia. The beach was beautiful and the architecture stunning. We found a beautiful outdoor market, bustling with ...
... I had never seen escalators like this in the States. I realized that the escalators were designed this way in order to conserve energy, and I saw that it made much more sense to have automatic escalators than ones that run continuously.
I have seen many more examples of energy conservation in my time here. It seems as if all of the toilets have the option to flush with more or less water. Most people here tend not to use dryers to dry their clothes, they air dry ...
... means a night full of fireworks in Barcelona. In Valencia it is about making the most of the huge beach. Which means making bonfires. Unfortunately there are no marshmallows in site. Unless marshmallow is code for beer.
The hostel staff lead us to their bonfire. As the bus drives along the beach there are thousands all over the beach and fires everywhere. The police are in force on the boardwalk but don't seem to make an appearance on the ...
... and Art Center. It's this huge area in Valencia where they built all kinds of futuristic buildings and they are all filled with different things. The one we went into was a science museum. There was also an IMAX, an oceanographic and an arts center. The science museum took us about 3 hours to get through. It had plenty of interactive exhibits which made it fun, it that also meant that it had lots of children which also meant lots of broken exhibits. But ...
We woke up this morning, packed up all our stuff and checked out before jumping on a bus into the city. We got off and walked to the hostel to check in, but our room wasn't ready yet! They let us go in so we might be able to go up and use the washing machine. We got up there though, and there was a line of bags waiting for the machine! So we added ours to the line and waited around for a little while. We found out that the ...