How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... kids who all traded candy and ran around for a few hours in the dark. They were happily sugared and sweaty.
We closed out the weekend with Sam’s belated bowling birthday party. He invited seven boys from his class to the bowling alley. (Sounds familiar, right?) It was a great chance for us to meet the parents of his favorite classmates. Sam’s friend Max is Latvian, but has lived in Spain most of his life. His friend ...
... the whole time. I got covered! A gun went off signalling the end and to stop throwing and people starting filling out. We walked down some side streets and the were more tomatoes everywhere and everyone was still fighting. I had Adrian's phone down my undies and somehow it survived. It was a little wet but we were still able to take a few photos. Eventually it was over and time to find these showers that we payed for. Pfft they call them showers!! It was ...
... for my obnoxiousness. They had a dance contest and the winner got to pet a dolphin. Guess who won. No you're wrong. It was me duh. I broke out the cabbage patch and the shopping cart. Legit.
I love dolphins. They are one of my favorite animals. I love to watch them, analyze their personalities, memorize their markings. Their just like people (and that might be why I like watching them so much). We went to ...
We found a nice little cafe that sells high quality gelato (not just ice cream!) and I was able to speak to the lady who works there. She happens to be from Venezuela. I discussed whether she speaks English or not, she did a little. We had the discussion about people wanting to practice English with me when I want to practice Spanish. So, we did a bit of both. Yay!
... we stayed in bed instead of coming out exploring with her! After spending the rest of the day resting we got a taxi and headed into Plaza Ayuntamiento in the middle of the city and met the guys by the fountain. Caz had done some research and had found what was apparently the best paella place in Valencia (the city is where, coincidentally, the paella was invented!) so we headed over to check that out. They weren't quite open yet (Spaniards eat late!) so we wandered back down ...