Port d'es Torrent, Ibiza, Balearic Islands, 7830, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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Jamon, Cheese, & Vino

A travel blog entry by megs36


... so loved, and made it even more difficult to wait until the next day to explore Valencia. Somehow Kate and I managed to contain our excitement throughout the workday and the second 5:00 hit we were planning our outfits and where to begin the night. A group of us went out at what felt like was 10:00pm, turns out it was only 7:30. Good times and many friends were made, and it was only day one of 14 in Valencia.

Kate and I ...


A travel blog entry by emily.louise


... Valencia that was very similar to the Florence market. We got empanadas, fruit juice, and a lot of delicious pastries. Valencia was definitely cheaper than Barcelona. We got all of this for around 3 euros. We walked around the city to see all of the landmarks, and it was one of the first times that I didn't see signs in English, American students everywhere, or any signs of tourists really. The city had the architecture of a ...

Views on Spain

A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk


... try to attempt some Spanish words because they don't speak English, they somehow still think you understand more and start rambling off directions a million miles a minute. Well I did manage to get to Carmona eventually, I basically ran through the town catching a glimpse of all of the sites as my umbrella kept collapsing. Tips for a cheap traveller: 1. Buy a good umbrella! 2. When you are hungry, EaT Immediately!!... or soon after the urge comes along ...

Settling In!

A travel blog entry by galentlevy


... to gain the Freshman 15 (or 20) while I'm here. We'll see how that goes though. It's hard because there's no where to workout really, unless I run in the riverbed (but who likes running!?!). I wish FSU had a gym here..that'd be perfect.
I'm excited for this coming Friday. We are going to a beach town called Javea for the Friday trip, it sounds like so much fun and right up my ally! Well, until then..I'll update yall in a few days!

Catalan Exceptionalism

A travel blog entry by inta3303blog

... of self-sustainability while the capital city, and much of the rest of Spain, simply imports all of the goods it needs. Other Spaniards have gravitated the economic climate of the region, in particular the Andalusians and Muricians. These two ethinc groups flocked to Catalunya because of the abundance of industry jobs. Up until the global economic crisis, these employment opportunities were created and maintained by industry birthed in the Catalan ideals. ...


This 1 star hotel, located in Port d'es Torrent, is near El Tajo, El Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia San Pio V, Museo de la Ciudad, and Colegio del Arte Mayor de la Seda.
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TripAdvisor Reviews HOTEL PORT DES TURRENT Port d'es Torrent

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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