Valencia Golf Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on Tuesday -- we couldn't find our can. We asked Enrique, the "concierge" or "super" for the complex. I described that we could not find our can. "Es desaparacido!" he said. Who knew that our black garbage can was a political dissident? We're still hoping for its return. If you know anything (is this a joke on newbies in Spain??), please let us know so that we can take down the vigil. (This is meant with all respect to Argentinians and ...
... of Holy Cha-Cha" (I don't get it either). The Marquis (pronounced "Mar-kweee") has been a loyal companion during our initial forays to the mountains and beaches surrounding Valencia.
It's warm and humid in Valencia, so the beaches have been a popular stop for the Boeschen Sand Castle Builders. The nearest beach is only about 15 minutes away from our house, but we've traveled as far as 90 minutes to sample the options. It's tough to get ...
... kilograms) - 1.40 E - $1.90
Vegetables: (I did not get a receipt so I don't know the breakdown)
Broccoli, tomato, and spinach - 1.19 - $1.61
GRAND TOTAL: 5.87 E or $7.96!!!!
Crazy crazy crazy. I have pasta, cheese and lettuce here, so I will be making pasta with chorizo, spinach and pasta sauce, Salad with tomato, cheese and chicken, and ...
... to go from an empty backpack to a locked one. I have timed this before. Things you have the luxury of doing when you have time on your side.I labour my way over to the university after fumbling my conversation in Spanish with the bus driver. I attempt to say – “Me puede decir cuando lleguemos la Universidad?” (Can you tell me when we get to the University?) – But I stutter and kinda get to “Me puede decir…” and he smiles, nods and ...
... it's the tower of that giant church I had visited recently, the Catedral de Valencia. I didn't know that there was another side that you have to pay to go up. So, yay, I could make another discovery. It was 2 euros to go up, which was not bad at all. I was told it was 207 stairs. These were pretty high steps, I felt like each one was about 6-7 inches high.
Once up, there was a nice view above the flat city. In the distance you could see the ...