Holiday Inn Express Valencia Bonaire
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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For the first time in a lil while, we were able to rise without a great rush imposed from outside. While in Barcelona, J was up early almost every day in order to attend those sessions of the conference she was bothered to attend and we then moved quickly on our one free day in B with a rushed trip to see La Sagrada Familia and finally made a hasty exit on the final day to get to the train on time. But today was relatively free. Except we had a new and exciting city ...
... to stroll and eat with cobblestone streets and flowers on every corner. When we arrived at the Plaka, we were shocked to find ugly carts selling knick knacks geared to tourists and graffiti on all of the buildings that were advertising the best food in Greece. The unbelievable thing was that all of this was taking place under the shadow of the Acropolis and the Parthenon. The next day in Greece, we walked up to the Parthenon and along the way ...
... tip, most of the time 30 or 40 percent. I always ask people their name, because it is more personable. Here, everything is just different. I have to get used to it. Eating is weird too. I mean, they eat so many simple carbs, pretty sure they are always hungry. But they walk everywhere, so that would explain how they are all not 300 lbs. But they eat a tiny pastry in the morning, then a snack ...
... saved on the tablet we navigated the city streets of Valencia with only one wrong turn and found our destination.
We were looking forward to checking in at The Westin, another great agent rate, as neither of us have stayed at a Westin before. Our room was not ready yet but we were hungry so dropped off our bags and took off to the "old town". All in all we weren't overly fussed with the city, perhaps we had ...
... with the pyramid falling and crashing to the ground. At twelve the people of LaTomatina say enough is enough you are not going to reach the ham, so they call the trucks in anyway. If we thought we were squashed before, then we really were now. The people in the trucks weren't nice about throwing the tomatoes.. You are meant to squash them in your hands first then throw them. But on more then one occasion a less then over ripe tomato was pelted at my head, and it felt ...