Hotel Itaca Consul Del Mar
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After a 5 hour train ride from Barcelona (which really should have been a 3 hour train ride) we finally made it to Valencia. I had no expectations whatsoever for the city, because it's not exactly a tourist destination, and honestly, I had no idea what we were going to do in the city (besides go to the beach of course - that's why we picked the …
... it from the beach- also amazing to almost its end, stopping at the port, harbour and marina
on the way.
We also saw belugar whales and walruses in Valencia- at the Aquarium, where we spent several hours just staring at the surroundings let alone the sea creatures. It was odd to see creatures from such cold climates in a beautiful sunny place but they seemed chipper, as did the seals at feeding time and even the dolphins in their show!!
Valencia is the home of ...
... I discovered this exchange could have been conducted with Fernando's excellent English and then we would have known what the driver neglected to tell us before he drove away, that Fernando would be another 2 hours. This would have enabled us to drag our bags around to the local cafe for lunch. Another phone call clarified this and Fernando arrived and we checked into the apartment. WOW! Penthouse, 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, private rooftop pool, views over the entire city! A ...
... slowly than in Valencia. There were many hotels and resorts, as tourists do love to visit Denia for the beach. The hotel that I stayed at also served as apartments for more permanent residents. I thought this was rather strange, the concept of a “aparthotel.” The residents of the apartments seemed to be families with one or two small children. I wondered why the families were living at the “aparthotel,” instead of an actual apartment complex or ...
... to where the tour had started to meet another guide, Meijo, who was going to take us on a tapas tour! We walked down the street with her and 3 others from the walking tour, and walked for a while to get to the first place. It wasn't really that close so at least we were working up an appetite! We arrived at the place, which was like a little pub and got a table. At this place we got a drink and one tapas included, which was a plate of bruschettas with all different ...