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Valencia, the home of paella in Spain is incredibly wheelchair accessible

I visited Valencia in Spain and I was really impressed by how wheelchair friendly it was! I expected the new buildings to have wheelchair access but I was really impressed to find that the pedestrianized walkway along the seafront had many restaurants that were not just wheelchair accessible but also had a disabled toilet on the premises! 1,050 more words

Travel

Family Trip to Valencia, Spain

With some burned out junior travelers and a US citizen without clear permission to leave the country (well, actually, leaving would be fine, it is the re-entering that would be iffy), we decided to just take a short trip to Valencia, Spain during Semana Santa (aka our spring break) this year. 1,354 more words

Europe

Barcelona vs Valencia..

With Luis Suarez and Samuel Umtiti’s goals in Barcelona vs Valencia match they were able to win and also help relieve and disappear some of the bad thoughts and negative energyy from their lost with Rome, despite Parejo’s penalty. 112 more words

The White City and the Church in the Gorge

Founded in 1537 by the Spanish conquistadors and named after the indigenous leader they overthrew, Popayan is today a busy university town and a UNESCO World Intangible Cultural Site and City of Gastronomy. 733 more words

South America

Valencia Day 1 & 2

Happy Sunday!

Living in Madrid for a year most definitely has its perks- one of those being what a great base it is to go and explore the rest of the country! 574 more words

City of Oranges

I was captivated instantly by the city known for its oranges, paella, and fireworks. When I think of Valencia, I think of summer: the warmth of the sun and the orange glow of the city. 645 more words

(Not Very Much) Studying Abroad