Confortel Aqua 3
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and went back to the cathedral, where we paid €5 each to enter and see inside. The highlights being 2 paintings by Goya and the holy grail, that Jesus drank from at the last supper. This was pretty amazing and we were so glad to have gone into this beautiful cathedral.The streets and alleys are a treat in them self and I do not think I will ever tire of the beauty of the old cities in Europe.
... this Cathedral holds the Holy Grail. This Cathedral is a true marvel and was originally a mosque built by the Muslim settlers. When the Spanish reclaimed this area of Spain they then built on the site this magnificent Cathedral in 1262. There is opulence and reverence like I have never seen in a Church. Being the non believer that I am, I can still appreciate the architecture and reverence that is within these walls. I also was ...
... gardens however, had been established and then neglected and looked half done. A pity, although I don't know if they'd gone a bit overboard with the amount of gardens, they suddenly had to maintain them all...
The aquatic centre is a nice building of graceful curves and glass. It fits with the river and the reflective pools along the river bed. And the big building made of concrete, but looked not quite done. Maybe they will embellish it.
We took a ...
... doesn’t speak English very well but he keeps waggling a finger in my face saying “only one! Only one!” He apparently saw me sneak through but not Briony. He grabs the fat guy I snuck behind and asks him if he knows me or knew if I snuck in behind him and then turns to me and says “Only one” I try to tell him that we had actually bought tickets they just didn’t work. he walks off but comes back and says “Big trouble, Only ...
... on Sundays, there is no one to be seen (unless they are tourists) in Valencia on any given Sunday. It is a day of rest for many people in Spain. This may have started in a time when everyone in Spain was a devout Christian in order to commemorate God and his work in the creation story of the Bible, but now it is just a norm or pattern that the people of Valencia follow. Very similarly to the siesta, it is a practice that has cultural significance ...