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... toll routes would have added almost two hours to the trip. This turned out to be an expensive experience with charges of almost €40. It did however end up being the only day with toll charges as all the other motorways we took on subsequent days had no tolls. A trip to the aquarium, 'Oceanographic' in Valencia was on the agenda and wandering through the many themed areas there was a clear conservation based ...
... our bags were not heavy enough to lug around so we bought an authentic Paella dish to try out when we get back home. About 10 km from where we were staying in the main city, there is a beach strip along the Mediterranean and we were told it was a great spot for dinner. So we jumped on the subway, and despite the obvious difficulty of not being able to read anything, made our way to the sea side. Before selecting a restaurant, we went on a stroll along the promenade and ...
... of Hotel California and told us about seeing The Eagles play live. They stayed and chatted with us for few more songs and then went on their way. When the sun started setting, we decided to head back to the hostel for a meal. We all brought whatever food we had up to the kitchen and together we chopped vegetables, danced, washed dishes and somehow ended up with a delicious meal for six.
It's truly amazing how music brings people together.
Capítulo 5- Vamos a la Playa!
Excursion number two on my semester abroad took me to Valencia, Spain, a city well known for it's beautiful beaches, original birthplace of paella, and the largest aquarium in all of Europe. Naturally, while here, I made sure I got the chance to experience all of these things and more!
We left Thursday by Madrid metro, and then by bus to Valencia and got in kinda late to our hostel. For those of ...
... the mountain in the searing heat you have done so for nothing because we are closed on Mondays you stupid tourists. Have a nice day. "
They wandered back down to town, and had a refreshing mojito in the town square before returning to Valencia.
They drove back to Valencia, changed and set off to find somewhere for a drink before dinner. A short distance from the hotel, they discovered "Mercado Colon" which was a beautiful building ...