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

Worlds biggest food fight

A travel blog entry by shaeshae88 on Aug 27, 2013

... We went to meet the others but they had already left for the pub crawl and so we just headed in the direction we thought they had gone and luck would have it we found them!!! The club was small and extremely dark. So dark it was hard to see but they had 2 euro shots. I opted out of the shot and just had a vodka coke borrowing money off Tamara. The next club was a bit bigger and brighter and was giving away free hats!!! While I was standing with the girls at the bar a person ...

Paella King

A travel blog entry by onighjoy on Aug 10, 2013

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... is about 20 kms outside Valencia in a tiny village called Benisano. When we arrived in the town, the main street was nearly completed deserted and if we didn't have the address, we wouldn't have had a clue that there was this amazing restaurant here. Inside, the restaurant is super cute with a warm elegant casual country feel. We were warmly welcomed by Rafael. The restaurant was only 1/3 full around 3pm. We had ...

Our first taste of the Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by soperclan on May 31, 2013

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... a paella on the beachfront, and then our first swim on the Mediterranean - have to say that water was not quite as warm as we expected. Think Khandallah pool on an average summer's day.

On return to the apartment we thought we would buy tickets to the Levante match and get them printed in the office. Unfortunately the website show that there were none available. We thought about traveling outto the stadium to try and get tickets but decided ...

Myra's dream, Bill's nightmare!

A travel blog entry by bdvano on Aug 29, 2012

1 comment, 9 photos

... quite heavily and they would surround other men who got near their group and they would proceed to rip off their t-shirts and throw the torn rag into the decorations that are strung across the street. Most of the time this was met with relative humor and no animosity, however, the main leader was a rather large muscle bound (can you say steroids) man who was quite aggressive. When the tomatoes arrived the scene changed to throwing tomatoes and as luck ...

Soccer, more than just a sport

A travel blog entry by lgjino3 on Jun 06, 2012

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... just a game to Europeans. It was a sense of identity and a sense of pride. This game was nothing more than a simple friendly game, but to the Albanian people, it was a lot more, it brought a huge sense of pride that they had just defeated the European champs.

The longer I have been in Europe, the more the culture of soccer intrigues me. It is truly different in every nation. Something that is really interesting is the different styles of play for each region. ...