Hotel Azahar

Pais Valencià, 8, Sagunto, Valencia Province, Valencian Country, 46500, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pais Valencià, 8, Sagunto, is near Cullera.
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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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... around the city looking at the towering statues of crazy caricatures called a fallas. Each fallas had a theme and was apparently a political or social satire. Each city district had one, and had fundraised all year to complete it. Our tour leader Caitlin (soon renamed C-Bomb by none other than my lovely girlfriend) had told us that the most expensive one so far cost €90,000. The most crazy thing was that ...

Myra's dream, Bill's nightmare!

A travel blog entry by bdvano on Aug 29, 2012

1 comment, 9 photos

... locals as heroes. Debbie had a good laugh when she saw us approaching her, but she did have two large cold beers ready for us when we arrived. Myra and I were able to find a couple of locals with hoses who offered to hose us down and we certainly enjoyed that. Then, we simply 'drip dried'.

The bus was not leaving until 3:00 so we had time for a small pizza and enjoyed meeting some of the local men who were sitting near by. By 2:30 we slowly walked ...

Soccer, more than just a sport

A travel blog entry by lgjino3 on Jun 06, 2012

2 photos

... style offense and defense. Some of the biggest rivalries in America are between schools in the ACC Mainly Alabama vs Auburn and Florida vs Georgia. These Universities also have some of the biggest stadiums in the US that rival stadiums such as Barcelona’s Camp Nou and Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabéu. Although I am a huge fan of Georgia Tech football and College football in general, European “futbol” is still the craziest and most exciting sport in the world to ...

Back to the work grind

A travel blog entry by amymiller93 on May 16, 2012

1 comment, 23 photos

It was such a great weekend in Madrid. When mom and I arrived back in Valencia we dropped our bags and went to a really nice tapas bar near the study center. All weekend was the Festival de la Virgen which is a huge deal in Valencia. So as we were eating the city was preparing for a parade. Girls and boys walked the streets all dressed up in traditional clothing. It was cool to see but after a while it got a little boring. Sunday night I was laying in bed and kept hearing ...

Peniscola and Valencia Ola, Ole!

A travel blog entry by billnpat on Jan 20, 2012

31 photos

... stronger appreciation of form and inspiration, enjoyed it much more.

We were a little nervous about finding an open campground, having been disappointed recently that supposedly open ones were closed, and in need of a few things like showers, laundry and electricity to charge cameras and computers. However, the first one we tried, Camping Coll-Vert, which our reference book was said was not open in January, indeed is open! It’s location is nothing ...

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