Holiday Inn Express Valencia Ciudad Las Ciencias
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Valencia Ciudad Las Ciencias
Travel Blogs from Valencia
... would deliver something to write about. The bus from the airport dropped me off a little way from my hostel, leaving me to walk the rest of the way. I was idly walking along when I came across a major intersection which was controlled by police. I didn't think much of this, since a lot of intersections in Europe are controlled by police. I almost jumped out of my skin when the explosions went off. Relax, it turned out to be only fireworks strung ...
... to not take a single picture in there. Why would you want a picture of a poor helpless animal? Why not find one in the WILD. Let's be adventurous here kids. It was a bit crazy seeing everyone with their smartphones out snapping photos and just not taking in the animals themselves. I took my time and actually spent time with each caged creature. Looked them in the eye, body and soul and had a heart to heart. It ...
... RBT are very rare in Spain. As we moved further north closer to the Meditterenean we were intrigued to see what it looked like so we high tailed it into Alicante. We stopped on the break wall and what confronted us was what you would always picture; 18 to 25 years olds dancing it up in a club in bikinis and board shorts and all looking glamorous at lunchtime on a Sunday. Luxury boats were all over the marina and the car park was filled ...
... into the guys from Wales who were eating near our hostel. It was pretty cool being able to just say hello to someone you know in another city. Kinda feels like you belong then! The central market was pretty cool, we had come Valencia orange juice which was great, just not as cold as I was hoping (recurring theme here). Every city we have stayed in so far we have coincidentally stayed ...
... as our apartment owners pointed out the effort and encouragement to recycle is far from what it is in the US. To one argument is the cost associated with recycling in Spain and the energy needed to achieve it, while the other side is the laziness of the Spanish and the idea of just placing everything in the trash.
At the end of the day I don’t see myself giving up the many luxuries I associate with living in America but at the same time I can respect the ...