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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... incredibly helpful and the food superb. They had glass cabinets with cold tapas to 'help yourself' to and every few minutes a 'ships bell' would ring and the waiting staff would bring hot tapas around the tables, this was accompanied by laughing and giggles. As in many tapa restaurants in Spain each thing you took to eat had a toothpick in it and you paid for what you had eaten by the number of toothpicks on your plate at ...
... Sangria. Valencia is famous for its Mussels which are harvested just on the coast of Valencia, and also for its Paellas and other rice dishes. We got back to the apartment at around 11pm only to find a bit of partying going on in the downstairs bars, which continued on to around 1.30pm. These Spaniards have a great life. Nothing opens until 10.00 am then closes at around 2.00. Siesta time everything shuts then starts up again around 5pm. No one goes out for dinner until 9 or ...
Another early start into Valencia on the bus. We got talking to an English couple at the bus stop who had been touring for a couple of months. Makes you want to keep driving. The architecture of the old parts in the Spanish cities are great. I can't label them all yet as I don’t want to spend too much time on this ...
... we were in Valencia. We spent the first two days on the beaches of the Mediterranean Sea. There is no body of water in Madrid, and since it's so hot here all the time it was great to cool off in the Mediterranean, which is by far my FAVORITE body of water I've ever swam in. It was warmer, clearer, more refreshing water than what I am used to back in the U.S. Also, I'm not a big fan of seagulls, so I was pleased to see that there weren't any ...
... 11!!! We had another hour and a half to stand in the street and just wait. In an attemt to warm up we formed one big massive huddle and cuddled. It was warmer in the circle and we even had some randoms join in to keep warm. Then it started raining. And the locals kept throwing water and it wasn't as fun as we had expected. But we stuck in there, put on our swimming caps and got our goggles ready and waited. Some of the locals on a nearby balcony had trumpets and were playing ...