Abba Acteon Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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Start the day travelling southeast to the magnificently located old town of Cuenca, which stands high above the precipices of the Jucar and Huecar Rivers. It is famous for its "hanging houses" that are suspended over the Huecar ravine. Journey on to Valencia to enjoy the sights of Spain's third-largest city with a Local Guide. Also on …
... diversion from the more direct way to Valencia but it gave a great perspective on some of the tiny isolated villages and challenging terrain and quiet beauty of the region. The area is called the Rincon de Ademuz, where Aragon, Valencia and Castile La Mancha all come together in a confusion of mts and gorges. By 1pm we'd climbed out of the gorge, first up to Santa Cruz de Moya and then further up to a high plateau of almonds, grapes and red soil at ...
After my mom and sister left, I needed to get some work done. On Saturday, I attempted to get some homework done but I ended up just laying in my bed for awhile.
Sunday was Easter. I went to mass at the Cathedral with the archbishop. It was a nice mass as there was music too. Afterwards, I returned home and actually got some work done.
On Monday, I had Spanish class, where we learned about different foods. During my break, ...
Happy Australia Day from Valencia!!!!! What a gorgeous city Valencia is, third largest city in Spain and truly lovely. We are 6 kms from Valencia so a bus ride is €1.50ea and approx 15 minutes to the heart of the city. We spent the first day taking a holiday from our holiday lol, doing domestic stuff like washing and cleaning and just chilling, taking in the beautiful Spanish sunshine. The weather here has been glorious and ...
... you could have the place to yourself.
So we head back to the old centre. This part is the best part, we thought. There is not so much here, but what there is, is quite nice and we lost ourselves walking through the squares and through the winding streets. While we ate, the rain started, then stopped for us to go visit some more of the town. The cathedral of Valencia was open, so we had a look and then climbed the stairs to the top of the tower, and were ...