Aparthotel La Eliana

Address: Pintor Domingo, 1, La Eliana, Valencian Country, 46183, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Eliana


A travel blog entry by jon.pearson.au on Oct 13, 2015

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... nightlife starts at 6:00 am????

Spent a quite morning checking out the "beach" drinking coffee and taking it easy - as I will today.

Its a very well looked after town - organised , civilised and proud of their heritage. Great buildings and nice paved paths.

Bit of rain forecast but I will wander down to the sights anyway.


Mascleta...the biggest gong bath in the world!

A travel blog entry by roundaboutus on Mar 17, 2015

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At one o'clock each day they release the sound! Day time fireworks, basically for sound rather than light. Part of the town hall square is securely caged and each day strung with rest bangers and explosives. At first I stood near the fare de nord, elegant and art nouveau facade. The banging and popping swept down the street towards me and as I closed my eyes I felt it sweep over me, pushing my chest and pulsing and bouncing around me. On ...

I only play the role of Sancho Panza...

A travel blog entry by bethanymuller on Sep 04, 2014

6 comments, 2 photos

Muy Buenas compañeros, compañeras, y demás familia, (I am shamelessly stealing this salutation from my friend Jacobo because I copy a lot now..)

We are ramping up for school and our days are becoming more
hectic. While it has been a nice long summer, I’m ready for school to start.
Che and Anya’s school uniforms have been the latest funny, very prep schoolish,
and the shoes are silly looking. Anya waded in first, ...

What Next In Denia?

A travel blog entry by stevenwaugh on Jun 15, 2014

... user-experience research must be conducted to understand the context of their patient population. The CIO shares our philosophy that throwing an off the shelf technology at a patient population is pointless. The technology must be tailored to the context of the patient.

A successful patient engagement strategy must be built around patients' particular contextual ...

Valencian skies

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Nov 22, 2013

10 photos

... in some you can taste the nuttyness. We walked back through the city, winding into the old city to the flat to drop off the shopping. Dinner for the next couple of days.

The day had moved quickly as it was 2ish once we got back. The apartment smelt a little smokey and looked a little hazy, but nothing seemed to be wrong. So we called our host and left it to her to resolve, probably from a neighbouring apartment. We are not flat dwellers, and living very close to ...