Holiday Inn Express Valencia Ciudad Las Ciencias
Travel Blogs from Valencia
... and enjoy a nice lunch and nap. It is commonly considered disrespectful and rude to rush through a meal. Every crumble of food should be devoured and enjoyed. The concept of taking home the leftovers is not well established. In general, the dining atmosphere is a lot more slow-paced in Portugal and Spain and that is because it creates a familiar and personal atmosphere that enables the individual to enjoy what they are ...
... to find out where to catch the on off bus we were away to view the old part of the city then changed buses to view the rest. Both trips were very leisurely and I started to panic as it was getting closer and closer to the time we were supposed to be back on board. In the end the bus FINALLY stopped and we caught a taxi back to the port only to find we only had 100euro note to pay the taxi driver which he ...
... festivities are all about the women; i.e. all of the events are centered around the woman. I will go into the specific events more as they happen (things like La Ofrenta, Bull Fights, etc.), but as for now, just a brief overview of Fallas, La Crida and Ninots
Fallas, in itself is one big party. If there is one thing the Spaniards know, it is how to party. The main days of Fallas are from March 16-19th, ending with the burning of the Fallas ...
Our adventures led us to Alkirch (through endless amounts of cornfields and unique colorful buildings with timber criss-crosses) for morning tea. Here we enjoyed coffee and loads of free samples of meat in the supermarket. This is also the place we saw the pork knuckle being cooked and the copious amounts of meat sitting there (as the photos show).
We then meandered towards Bantzenheim (through Rixheim), where we had planned to stop for lunch. This place was ...
... in the immediate vicinity, plus those trying to get past, drenching us all. It was cold water and actually hilarious watching people get pummeled unexpectantly with the water but it went on for ages and we all started to freeze. On top of that the sky was getting darker and darker. It looked like a storm was brewing and there was even a bit of thunder too. We asked someone around us what the time was and they said 9:30am. We couldn't believe it!!! The fight wasn't scheduled to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility