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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the Roman, Visigoth and Arab city can be seen. It provided a great insight into the urban development of Valencia from its foundation in the Medieval period. The picture of the Jug, Urn and decanter is representative of the 12-13th century. Of course, given the Roman influence it is no surprise to find Thermae ( buildings built for bathing ) here. This one is structured into defined, individual rooms and each appeared to have a ...
... we could not pass on the single lane roads winding up and down the hills and for long periods we were forced to do 20kmh below the limit. I was much happier when we returned to a 3-4 lane highway and I could do 120-130kmh. Coming into Valencia proved interesting, ah the joys of a GPS in a city you don't know where some roads are one way and you don't know the place you are heading too. Seemed to me like we took a couple ...
... into the slaughter room, just beyond the olive pressing barn. Both seemed quiet and calm, not wrestling. On the table Seb identified the artery in the throat and inserted the blade and twisted. Blood ran rather than gushed out into the waiting bucket below. The first sheep struggled, my job was to holders bound kegs down and keep it as still as possible. The blood drained and the sheep was quiet, with interspersed struggles. As the stream of warm metallic ...
... in my UGG boots, making me very uncomfortable as my feet were sloshing around in a pool of wet wool…ewww! I snapped a few pics and we grabbed a beer at a hole in the wall pub before making the decision to get back in the car so that we could get to Alicante in time for some late night tapas. It was pouring down rain on the way to our next destination and I was really happy that it finally stopped right before we drove into Alicante. ...
It didn't take long to reach Valencia area. And we had one of the last missions to accomplish - To visit Lladro factory. My mom is a big fan of Lladro porcelain figures and she has some at home. Since it's from Valencia, it must be much cheaper comparing to buying them in Japan. Plus we heard that there is a factory outlet store there. After going through complicated streets and couple of u-turns, we arrived at the ...