Holiday Inn Valencia
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in to find food, music and nightlife. After a quick shower, we headed towards the center of old Malaga and found a spot called Central Beers, which had an amazing assortment of craft beers to choose from and some late night snacks. It had been quite a journey so far (approximately 14 hours of driving in two days…whoa) and I was glad we would have a whole, (hopefully sunny) day that didn’t involve being in the car! Bienvenidos a ...
... have a roof, but who knows when it might get done?
As the Metro is on the same block as the hotel, we decide to get a ride into the town. From looking at the maps when I booked the hotel many months ago, I remember the metro line stopping near the old city. We get into the metro station and find no stations that look like Centro or Cuitat Vella or anything remotely like being the centre of town. I randomly pick a station that has a ...
Video Girl and Battery Boy woke to another sunny day. Video Girl rolled over and suggested some morning delight. This brought a boyish grin to Battery Boy's face, "What did you have in mind?" "Well, I've tried it before but never in Spain and it was the Valencians that perfected what I want." By this time Battery Boy was jumping out of his skin, "Okay, let's do it, what do you want?"
Video Girl slid across the king size bed covered in soft ...
... common people as well. The central market had every type of food you could think of, even horse meat which I found fascinating as well as slightly disgusting, but it is considered “carne” here. I wasn’t surprised to see the plethora of seafood available in the market considering that one side of Spain faces the Mediterranean and the other side faces the Atlantic, which means there is more than enough seafood to go around. They eat any every kind of sea creature ...
... Still mighty squishy if you ask me but we weren't going to this festival to be comfortable!! Haha There was a pre party at a bar on the river called High Cube... Amazing place with the best setup but not the best crowd...so we had an early night instead :) Breakfast was at 6am the next morning (blegh) but it meant we arrived at the festival in time for our first sangria at 8am! and had a chance at finding a decent spot to watch the great ham ...