AGH Arenal

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

Setting things on fire!

A travel blog entry by sarahjanematt on Mar 20, 2013

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... the acidity of the wine, and makes a nice sangria-like drink. On the last day of the festival, we all voted to watch a Trojan horse fallas burn, which was a little slow, but pretty amazing once it did get going. The firefighters were on hand to protect the buildings very close by by spraying them with water, but an ember managed to fly onto a nearby roof. The crowd pointed out the small fire and it was quickly ...

Poor start, great finish!

A travel blog entry by joandnorm on Sep 29, 2012

29 photos

Saturday September 29
Valencia - poor start but constantly getting better.
Today we had planned to visit Montserrat mountain and abbey where the Black Virgin is, on our way out of Barcelona. Unfortunately, we awoke to torrential rain. We decided instead to head directly to Valencia. As we set off, we realized that Garmi, our GPS, had a problem. She would only allow us to choose to simulate our route, rather than let us drive and be instructed as we drove. This coupled ...

Barcelona: Separate or the Same?

A travel blog entry by niccouvrette on Jun 15, 2012

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... to that of other places such as Valencia and Madrid. Many aspects of their society are so different from other regions that at times it seems as though it really is its own nation. In terms of culture, economics, and politics, Barcelona is not Spanish in any way, shape, or form. It is truly its own society within a larger nation.

Culturally, Barcelona resembles more of a European country than any other part of Spain that we have visited. Perhaps the ...

Back to the work grind

A travel blog entry by amymiller93 on May 16, 2012

1 comment, 23 photos

... and whipped cream. It was delish but so rich I couldn't eat it all.

Tuesday is my busy day of class. I went to my first class and then met mom for lunch in the plaza. We ate at this really nice place I've been to before but it was really good, even though the jamon wasn't what mom was expecting (she's obsessed with Spanish ham). We walked around a little bit but I had class again at 3:20 so I had to get back.

My class took us on a field trip to ...

Day trip to Sagunto

A travel blog entry by catswain on Jul 22, 2011

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... less steep). It was difficult for some members of the group to do the path, so we took the road on our way down.

The ruins were spectacular and were much bigger than they appeared from below. We wandered all through them and stopped at various places while Michael (the professor) told us things about the town and people who lived there at various times: Celtiberians, Phoenicians, Romans, Visigoths, Muslims. If ...