Address: Port d'es Torrent, Ibiza, Balearic Islands, 7830, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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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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Travel Blogs from Port d'es Torrent

Day Twenty (On footpaths made of marble)

A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 20, 2014

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... stuff to be seen at the coastal end of the former river. J was up for the bike ride (though I sensed a minor degree of apprehension).

As I'd found in Barcelona, bikes are a great way of getting around, weaving through the inner city lanes and especially once we hit the bed of the former river. And once she gained some equilibrium and confidence, J was away. It was almost bizarre descending into an obvious river bed devoid of the single ...

My kind of palace, not sure where to put the TV.

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on May 18, 2014

1 comment, 48 photos

A few weeks ago I did a blog that said I wouldn't want to live at Hatfield house. That was fair comment because it was a big old country estate that was showing its age. Yesterday I saw a little Palacio in the centre of Valencia that would suit me down to the ground. It was built in the 15th Century like Hatfield house but was refurbished in the 17th Century in the French rococo style
( that just means that all the rooms are decorated and furnished with a touch too much of ...

Fallas is upon us!

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Mar 14, 2014

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Ladies and gentleman fallas has officially begun, and I must say I am EXCITED! Although I will not be drinking, I am excited for the non-stop parties, incredible sculptures, millions of people, fireworks and of course THE FIRE.
So, for the official fallas festival I have been attempting to do as much as possible. First, I went to the Ninot Exposition, La Crida and Las Mascletas (see previous post). I have to admit, this ...

A night on the town

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jan 11, 2014

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... more. Post comments if you think of anything anyone!

So, just got back from my run in the riverbed. So incredibly beautiful. It amazes me. I ran about 2 miles to the city of arts and sciences. I can't even describe how beautiful it was, especially considering that these are just everyday places. they aren't land marks or anything. it is just a beautiful city and a beautiful day.
God is great. Lots of love,

I'm On Falla

A travel blog entry by nellings on Sep 22, 2013

6 photos

... once it landed on the trainers arm, it turned its head and stared directly at Nolan, Bryant and me. I like to think that there was something behind that stare! So amazing though! After all of that, we went to a Falla Museum (sounds like faya). The Fallas are a festival where they build these MASSIVE scenes, almost like a gigantic float but in many cases bigger (my pictures are smaller scale versions), and then during the festival, they light them ...

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