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... sour. We were surprised at many of the modern artistic buildings, especially the science centre where we stopped and met with a local guide. The building was beautiful but we only had 30 minutes inside and made the most of a quick look at the Space Section.
We then walked with the guide around old Valencia, marveling at the centuries old buildings and cathedrals. The food market in town is the largest in Europe with over 1500 stalls. ...
Between a tiring week of traveling beforehand and preparing for Fallas (you will learn about this in my next post), this week was pretty relaxing. I needed to catch up on my sleep (anyone who knows me knows how I love to sleep).
Monday: Today it was difficult to wake up due to the lack of sleep from my trip, but I did make it to my Spanish class. For my food class, we gave presentations ...
... conversed was to point at items and we would nod or shake our heads. Every time I got halfway through a beer another would be placed in front of me and they kept feeding us. As we rubbed our bellies to indicate we were full the proprietor poured us a shot each of sherry. We reluctantly accepted and the old guy skulked a beer whilst we downed the sherries. We finally walked out with full belies and me half ****** with another three hours to ...
... traditions that are associated with this night, which include jumping over a bonfire, and then at midnight going in the sea and jumping over the waves. This year, the group from Iowa State sent 3 people to the medical tents, all being too intoxicated to even walk themselves over to the tents. Once all of the people that were very drunk had been taken care of, I went back to the party and stayed on the beach until we got kicked off, at around 4:30. The ...
... I mean, it was my first time witnessing a protest in Spain, and asked a man standing nearby what was going on. The man chuckled, and said, in Spanish, "why nothing at all." I guess that’s what it is to some people, nothing at all. The majority of the people in this march/protest, I’m not quite sure what to call it, were men and the police stood by and looked on calmly. It was as if the protest had no meaning ...