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we drove to Valencia on the Costa del Sol. The coastal road was getting greener the further we drove. We turned off
at Murcia, a small village, where the proprietors of the restaurant explained the lunch
menu and made us feel very special! Valencia is a delightful city and the C Vincci Lys hotel very beautiful. We had a …
... heat has gotten to us and we head for a nap.
After we wake up slowly we get ourselves out of bed and we head to Catedral which is said to hold the Holy Grail Jesus used at the last supper. Catedral was closed so we head down to the green garden snaking through the centre of town. The gardens are lower than the side streets and it seems is actually built like that to copy a river. The gardens have different sections, which are split up by the bridges above, ...
... is going on in a soccer game, but the atmosphere is to kill for.
The World Cup began yesterday kicking off in Brazil with Brazil vs. Croatia, and it was pure excitement amongst the soccer fans on all of my social media timelines, and google has adjusted its home screen to display the support the World Cup in Brazil. I for one learned so much about the World Cup from my professor before class began. I did not know it ...
... was time to return to my normal routine, I was shattered! But every moment was well worth it. On the last night, I went to see the burning of the statues, and smoke filled the air. It was an amazement to see someone's hard work in designing every minor detail, to be blown into ash. The sun continues to shine brighter every day, and the trips to the beach are becoming more frequent- Hooray for ...
... morning! Whaaaa?
L'umbracle was the garden portion at the Arts and Science museum. It was completely transformed into this posh open-air garden/club! They place the newest music, and showed music videos on mute on displays. This is the 3rd time I've tried a drink in Valencia, and I think I can safely conclude that the drinks are pretty light on alcohol. I could actually identify the tonic water in my gin and tonic. In SF, it would taste pretty much like carbonated ...