Hotel Del Carmen
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... recomended and we wove our way through narrow streets to get there. All were set in deep shadows as the tall buildings leaned in so much, there was no sun.Some balconies were so close, we saw cats jumping across the Calles, looking for a sunnier spot.
The tower had a great view of the whole city, which sits on a plain surrounded by orange groves which peter out to mountains.Its old medival part (once within city walls) floods out to 'modernista' blocks and public buildings ...
... to our stop where there is a large shopping centre Nuevo Centro and we shopped in El Corte Ingles and C&A. Most of the little shops were shut. We hit the roof pool again. For tea we walked to a local tapas bar which was full of locals and no English speakers. They were very friendly and whatever I ordered was lovely, especially ...
... I visited in Spain were the Freddes mountains in El Boixar, Spain. This peculiar place was an abandoned town. There were currently only four people who permanently lived there. During my stay in the Freddes, I met one of the four townspeople. He was not born in El Boixar, but moved there with is mother in the 1990’s. Even after the other residents packed their belongings and abandoned the town, he chose to stay. I learned that there are many other ...
... bulls have now become silhouettes of cowboys. Once we got into Valencia, we were a little disappointed. We kept reading what a cool city it was and it just looked like a shorter version of New York City. Buildings lined the street and there wasn't much to look at. Since we were still exhausted, we got our hotel, dropped our bags and looked for a grocery store. This was starting to become habit and a feat at the same time. You'd be amazed how hard it is ...
... is made from Tiger nuts, (not tiger testicles, as one American once actually thought!) and we went into a little cafe and got a sample each for a few euro. It was really nice, I loved it. It had quite a distinct flavour, and tasted like something I've tried before, but I couldn't put my finger on it! From there we walked up a street where they had apparently found a heap of roman ruins when excavating for a new apartment complex. But instead of stopping the construction, ...