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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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... is the site of the original trading centre for the Romans who ruled in about 600.
We picked up the hop on- hop off bus which has two different circuits. The one we took at first took us down towards the cultural centre and the aquarium which was really excellent. It was interesting to see some of the Mediterranean species. The aquarium was set up in 10 different habitats. The highlight for Vicki was seeing a Beluga Whale in ...
... if the Spanish mix of land area and population provides a pretty efficient economic scale coz they seem to have been able to invest in extensive infrastructure projects. Mind you, it also seems their debt-fuelled economy is in serious stagnation so maybe they didn't quite get the settings right.
The train paused quickly at two locations - Tarragona (the birth place of Antoni Gaudi I recall) and Castellon de la Plana though neither really registered and I'm not ...
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... around the Notre Dame and hopped off. Lunch was calling and the kids were keen to get back to the baguette place we’d been to earlier in the week. Liam’s bolognaise toasted baguette was a hit two days ago and we all decided to have one for ourselves this time. We all happily munched our lunch as we headed up to the Luxemburg Gardens. This amazing site is set in the Latin Quarter of Paris and consists of a range of gardens ...
Hola! That is about the limit of my Spanish currently.. no, I am trying! The first week or so I have been here, I have been establishing myself and exploring; getting to know the area. I LOVE IT. Valencia is a beautiful city, not too big and not too small, and you can find your way around pretty easily. Everything you could possibly need is here, from beaches to shops, from English food products to a LIDL. The people are lovely, it is very safe, and I love ...