Expo Hotel Valencia
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Expo Hotel Valencia
Travel Blogs from Valencia
... city, was initiated and the right bus was caught from the right stop going in the right direction. Feeling like we had this sorted, we stepped off the the bus early, nearer to a place we were looking for.
One thing needs to be made clear, our best map was a single sheet with only major roads labelled. This early exit required some walking this way and that to establish a datum (a reliable fixed starting point, a point of reference). Where were we exactly? And which way ...
... my delight, as it is popular with a lot of English tourists, found the most spectacular Indian restaurant and happily gorged away all of the good work I had done detoxing over the past week. With a full tummy I headed back to the hotel for my last night.
Lying in bed that night reflecting on it, I felt that the past 10 days had been well spent. I really unwound rather than running around and I was starting to feel clear-headed and well rested for the ...
... lives in Bologna, Italy. She teaches Spanish in Italy, so she started with the basics with Molly. She has a ton of positive energy and I think Molly will learn a lot.
After classes finished at 2 pm, I went to wait in front the Centro for my dear friend Lidia. We used to work together 18 years ago in Denver in the FEYDA office. She lives in Alicante (2 hours south on the coast) and we had plans to see ...
... provide a wonderful example of the reasons behind this Spanish connection to food. Usually in a dimly lit room with few distractions except maybe a soccer game being played on a T.V. in the corner, Spaniards take hours to eat what are relatively small dishes of regional delicacies. The mood is light and friendly—although that probably has a lot to do with all the beer and wine being passed around the table—and there is no rush to finish the meal and leave the ...
... streets in the historic center that were still fairly empty due to the Easter holiday. For dinner we had Paella, an incredible rice dish that originated in Valencia. The Valencian Paella, which is what we had, is made with rice, veggies, seasoning (saffron and olive oil are key ingredients), meat (rabbit, chicken, duck), beans, and land snails. In the afternoon, we went to a café that was located right on the beach so that I could get some work done and David could plan the next ...