This is part 2 of 7.
As I step out of the train and into the station in Valencia I feel a sense of freedom and of starting over. What happened in Barcelona is now in the past. New city; new people; new experiences.
This is the first part of a 7 part post describing a day in Valencia, Spain. I hope you enjoy!
I’m not sure if I am running from something or simply entertaining my desire to find out what this city is really like.
I always find the train ride that takes me away from one place and toward another to be an almost cathartic experience.
Every major European city will have free tours of the city that are fun and informative. The problem is that you probably don’t know about them. I didn’t even know about these tours until the first time that I stayed in a hostel.
Here, I’ll tell you how these tours work, why I like them, and how to find out about them.
My worst hostel experience. This was also the first time I ever stayed in a hostel and I can’t believe I stayed in another one after this experience.
What’s your worst hostel or hotel experience? Tell me in the comments!
Come party with me in Spain! This is the San Juan party where they celebrate the shortest night of the year. You go to the beach, light a fire, and then jump over it!
Spain is so crazy and I love it here! Enjoy the video and let me know what you think.
I’m venturing into the unknown, at least for me, and I’m excited to see what is there. Here, I will be going to Ljubljana, Slovenia. You will get to see how my perceptions of this city change from the beginning of the video to the end and, through this process, you will see just how beautiful and lovely the city is.
Also, I get to try a shrimp burger in McDonald’s!!! haha
I took this photo while on a bus in Slovenia from Ljubljana to Bled. This country really is beautiful and full of amazing mountain ranges and picture-perfect little villages. Just seeing this picture now makes me want to go back there right away! Slovenia = Safe, affordable, and post-card beautiful nature.