Abba Acteon Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... killing an animal and as you can imagine it was an emotional but touching process. It's not something anyone enjoys, but this was possibly the most humane and respectful way. The sheep were isolated in the stable, the original finca on this site, the day before to clean them out. Then they bolted about as Seb attempted and finally succeeded to grab them, fold their legs and bind them with string. They were light so he carried one in each hand down to the ...
... plate, then chicken Caesar salad with a glass of wine. Nice little restaurant - half our tout group ended up here - it was close to the hotel and the only place open! Vee had a lovely chicken pizza, Binni had salmon and avocado salad and Mitch went for the French theme and had a mushroom in pastry case, the sausage and bree stuffed pork. Interesting!. Short walk back to the hotel for sleeping. ACCOMMODATION: BARCELONA, VALENCIA ...
... heat we have our knees and shoulders covered, only to find that there is no dress code and we are sweating unnecessarily. Catedral is built in a mirror image of itself and as we take the auio tour we hear a lot about its history. But I wasn’t there for the history I was there for the Holy Grail that it is said to hold. After we walk around I curb my impatience and listen patiently as we see all the exhibits before the final and most important one. 16 items later ...
... and I gather it was more people witnessing the game. It was truly a site to witness and I knew it was a once in a lifetime experience for me to be in Europe to watch the World Cup with people who remained faithful and dedicated to the sport.
Although it was devastating defeat tonight for Spain, the people spirits were not crushed. A band still played along the streets and the morale of the people were still high. I ...
... it's the tower of that giant church I had visited recently, the Catedral de Valencia. I didn't know that there was another side that you have to pay to go up. So, yay, I could make another discovery. It was 2 euros to go up, which was not bad at all. I was told it was 207 stairs. These were pretty high steps, I felt like each one was about 6-7 inches high.
Once up, there was a nice view above the flat city. In the distance you could see the ...