Hotel Las Arenas Balneario Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Well we made it! Long flights but no problems. Great leg room with the bulkhead in front, although it is right next to the galley and is a bassinet spot and naturally we score a baby. She was a very good baby and slept heaps! We only just made the flight from Madrid to Valencia. It was just lucky I heard a Spanish announcement and recognized the …
Day 2 in Valencia. Breakfast buffet was huge, but a lot of meat. A lot of families visiting as well. I eat and run. I walked A LOT. There were some nice parks to hang out in. I passed by a military museum and it was free. So I went in and spent an hour looking at cool stuff from clothing to guns to cannons. I find lunch at a ...
... relax in the sun and every couple minutes someone would ask if we wanted a massage, a tattoo, some sliced coconuts, you name it. We became very good at simply saying "no, gracias" but it happened quite a bit.
3.) Being topless at the beach is perfectly acceptable- There isn't too much else I need to say about this one..
On Saturday night, our group went to a pretty cool place for dinner to order paella. Paella is a ...
... way, we saw these kids that were inside a plastic bubble, and they were moving around in it. It was so funny to see them move so clumsily, and to see them stuck in there. Upon entry to the Oceanogrāfic after a slow line, we started with the aquarium section. I do rank the Academy of Sciences, Monterey Bay Aquarium, and the Georgia Aquarium above the Oceanogrāfic. Variety was lacking in comparison. Next we made an ice cream stop. We chilled on ...
... over a few pitchers of "Agua de Valencia" (champagne, orange juice, vodka, and gin). I got on the metro right before a storm hit and then walked back to the Centro alone in the rain. It was a bit freaky and not something I want to repeat again - walking alone at night in a storm in an unfamiliar place. I think Spain is safe and all - it is just not something I feel comfortable doing anywhere. Glad I made it home in one ...