- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... internet. As we got close to the address we started looking at the numbers on the buildings to find that number 3, the supposed flamenco bar, was actually a restaurant. Confused, we asked the doorman who spoke little English but managed to signal to us that it had closed down. Of course it was! We regrouped and remembered that the lady from the hostel told us there was a place called Radio City that was apparently good for dancing – so the ...
... It was a lot of fun to watch. I threw a few flowers myself and it was kind of fun to throw flowers at total strangers.
Just as we were about to leave, we heard a boom and a fireworks display began at the far end of the avenue. It was a really nice display; however, there was something strange about it -- it wasn't very dark yet. It was sort of dusk, but you could definitely see all around quite clearly and ...
... ourselves backwards, ˝ off the ledge so we could reach back and kiss the stone. It was scarier then in looked as I’m not really bothered by heights but the leaning back part was a bit unnerving. We had some really fun nights out and met a great bunch of people. It was a southern Island trip (with Paddywagon tours) so now I’m really wanting to go back and do the North trip. Not sure when I’ll get the chance tho.
So now, ...
... that it would be easy finding somewhere but we hadn't expected the 'Spanish' holiday rush and we couldn't find anywhere within our budget. We finally had to take a room in a rather more upmarket hotel for the night, the Gijon Hotel, where for the price, the rooms were not that good and we decided that we'd try and find something else the following day. But for now, it was just good to take a shower and relax. We wandered out ...
So let us make it deep! Woke up at seven and spent the whole day traveling: bus to Praha's airport; delayed plane to Barcelona; crossing the city by bus; train to Valencia; another train to Algemesí. Arriving at 22h I was obviously very tired, but I came to visit Juanjo (who was my first guest in hospitality club), and if you have ever met Juanjo you know that being tired means ...