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... around the city and promptly got lost, stopped for help (lots of friendly help), and -- never found the correct police office with the Office of Aliens. (I'm saving you the frustrating details of two other police stations on opposite sides of the urban center with no one who understood what we needed.) We had a brief visit to the Jardi de Turia (equivalent of a 12 km long Golden Gate park that runs through the city) but ultimately were very happy to successfully make our way back to ...
... masculinity through the cultural significance of machismo coupled with the possibility of data that misrepresents the reality of the situation, the question of why domestic violence has been increasing in Spain at the same time as an increase in women’s rights can be better understood. Through the development of these ideas as possible explanations for this trend, I have gained both a better understanding ...
... in Spain as America. So of course now being the Georgia Tech student I needed to crunch some numbers and compare some consumption and costs between the two countries.
The average Spaniard, being the environmentally friendly being that they are, uses only 6,523 kWh/person/year. This came in at about 88% of the average usage of the EU of 7,409 kWh/person/year. The beefy American pounds back an average of 13,049 kWh/person/year. At literally twice the usage of the ...
... any bullfights for two reasons now.). Mike and I also dragged everyone to an art museum and they were all very patient with me as I wandered around for a few hours. It was a pretty amazing place though and admission was free! No idea how that is possible but I'm glad it was! Today was our last day in Valencia so we hit the aquarium. It is advertised as Europe's largest and has some really unbelievable tanks set up. Most of them even had the tunnels ...
... afternoon. We arrived at our campsite what we thought was 8 hours late, but we'd messed up our days and were actually a day early! Alls well that ends well, the campsite owners were great and were happy to accommodate. We are glad to laugh about it all now. The campsite just outside Valencia was in a national park, and we spent the extra day roaming around, enjoying paella made by the owners (rabbit and snail ...) ...
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