AGH Arenal

Address: c/Felisa Longas, 1 Urb Gatgo Montes, Playa Almarda , Sagunto, Valencia Province, Valencian Country, 46500, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on c/Felisa Longas, 1 Urb Gatgo Montes, Playa Almarda , Sagunto.
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Travel Blogs from Sagunto

Tomato time

A travel blog entry by 2girls1world on Aug 28, 2013

... us. So the next bus comes and we become ******** and push our way through to a seat. The bus smelled of rotten tomatoes and everybody was well and truly looking forward to getting back to a hot shower. With a quick pit stop through Maccas for a snack for the crew then in the taxi with a crazy woman to get back to the camp. She finished eating something while we were in the car, said sorry she was hungry and chatting away, then Marcus and Stacey get their Maccas out ...

Spanish Roadtrip

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Aug 27, 2013

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... bags and headed out to the Avis centre behind the hostel and got a car. I was so annoyed, because we could've just flown pretty much straight to Valencia for the price the travel has cost us, and we would've saved so much time!! Damn it! But anyway, we made it in the end! We got in our little Volkswagen Polo and Darren took the first go at driving on the 'wrong' (or right!) side of the road! It was pretty crazy and stressful, ...

My First Week in Valencia, in a Nutshell

A travel blog entry by mbuckley4 on Jun 02, 2013

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... org/wiki/City_of_Ar ts_and_Sciences There some of my friends saw "Waterballs" and decided that they wanted to try it, so I was peer pressured into doing it and it was a lot of fun.

Thursday got pretty wild, because it was pretty much a recap of the two days before. We got bag lunches from our host mom and went straight to el rio again and walked down to the waterballs, because some other people had seen the pictures ...

Paella en la Playa

A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns on Oct 08, 2012

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... medium long walk to the City of Arts and Science complex, made of 7 white colossal space-age buildings in a midst of glistening shallow pools and fountains. Meandering through this complex was complicated by construction, but still enjoyable. Here is where we went wrong. Our map showed that we were not far from the beach, so we figured we could walk home in about an hour. The map failed to mention that many of these streets were off-limits ...

Being a Material Girl in a Hunger Driven World

A travel blog entry by pverma15 on Jun 17, 2012

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... held Spain back. His extreme push of national identity might have had a backfire toward Spanish identity. After Franco died, many Spaniards wanted to get as far away as possible from Franco. Barcelona was finally able to outwardly push its regionalism, while Madrid was slightly lost still. Maybe Madrid isn't supposed to have a set identity due to regional pushes from Catalonia, Basque region, and Galicia. With strong senses of regional identity in Spain, Madrid ...