Hotel Mas Camarena
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Hotel Mas Camarena
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mas Camarena Valencia
Travel Blogs from Valencia
... car. ALSO there was these great big balls up on top of walls around the port. They were pretty hard so they have been there for a while, but I would hate to meet the sheep who left them there. Imagine trying to herd them up - RRRRR.
We then floated on the big floaty thing over to a place they used to fight bulls. Luckily they don't do that anymore. They called this place Barcelona but it is now called Dogselona (hee hee hee). This place ...
... I had never seen escalators like this in the States. I realized that the escalators were designed this way in order to conserve energy, and I saw that it made much more sense to have automatic escalators than ones that run continuously.
I have seen many more examples of energy conservation in my time here. It seems as if all of the toilets have the option to flush with more or less water. Most people here tend not to use dryers to dry their clothes, they air dry ...
We had a few days off Volunteering and it is our last week here in Valencia! Can not believe we are almost finished here! It has been so much fun exploring and learning about the Valencian culture. We have so much more to see and do before we go so our week has been packed full of fun and exciting activities.
Monday we decided to walk down the river park towards The City of Arts and Sciences which I have been ...
... and climbed up and up around a circular ramp to the entrance to our seats, bought ourselves a 2€ beer then went up and up these crazily steep steps to where we were sitting. It was quite high up in the stands, but you could still see quite clearly what was happening on the field, which is good, because there's no big screen or anything! We were sitting in a mixed section, but as it was a home game, most of the people were Valencia ...
Our adventures led us to Alkirch (through endless amounts of cornfields and unique colorful buildings with timber criss-crosses) for morning tea. Here we enjoyed coffee and loads of free samples of meat in the supermarket. This is also the place we saw the pork knuckle being cooked and the copious amounts of meat sitting there (as the photos show).
We then meandered towards Bantzenheim (through Rixheim), where we had planned to stop for lunch. This place was ...