Hotel Sol Playa
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... with us. It was a fun time.
Tuesday: On Tuesday, my music class was uneventful except for learning about Fallas music. Tuesday was just a relaxing day.
Wednesday: Today, I had my spanish class and we learned directions, which is helpful. Afterwards, I went back to the apartment and took a nice run through the park. Later that evening, I went to Ash Wednesday mass at the Cathedral. It took place in a little ...
... the nearest town center, turns out to be an adorable small hill town with a long history!
We left Betera and headed to a beach area north along the coast (towards Barcelona). In just 20 minutes we were on the sand with turquoise warm water spread out before us. Not to mention HUNDREDS of Spaniards enjoying the last stretch of August. We found a spot and dove into the small waves. Good castle sand, too!
As we were packing to be ready for an early take-off to England ...
... magnifies this tendency to stay with one’s family far longer than Americans. Although family ties are important in the United States, the close familial bonds exhibited by the Portuguese are much stronger than those between families in the United States, where independence generally outweighs attachment to family. This Portuguese attachment to family could be in part responsible for the Portuguese wariness of ...
... my visit with their CIO on the 13th.
In Spain, healthcare is free for all. The quality of care is very high however; the number of doctors and available facilities is being consolidated heavily. The National Health System is organized into a 3-tiered system, with each tier offering a different level of care to their patient populations. The first tier can be equated to general wellness such as the care received from a primary care provider. ...
... around the two were various symbols of the Indian religions, such as the jaguar and the eagle. This falla stood approximately 5 stories tall if I had to guess, and took up the entire square in girth.
Watching this puppy burn was truly an experience. The people I was with were too afraid to get close, thinking they would not have a good view because there was a fire truck in the way. You see, I am brilliant (in the honors program ...