Hotel Melia Valencia
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... made toddler friendly with the addition of magical mushroom mini slides. It was pretty adorable! We started heading back as it got closer to noon and we had told Pedro that we were planning on leaving by 12:30pm. We said our good-byes and were back on the road, heading south down the coast on a quest for sunshine. After about an hour or so, we started seeing signs for another popular summer destination for locals and tourists alike ...
... had mostly shut...
The end of the day now, a few more shopping stops and then some dinner and back to the hotel. We ate in the 'Placa de la Seu' or the place of the virgin. It is one of the main squares in the old city and has the Turia fountain named for the river and has eight maidens showing the eight parts of the river.
This is the main place where the Valencians hold their main festival of 'Las Fallas'. It is pronounced fi-yas. Spanish. ...
... that my sight-seeing tour through Valencian history has been an interesting one. I never knew such a quaint beach city could hold such historical value.
Our excursion began at the bull-ring and the old train station, both of whom were next to each other in the middle of the city. The bull-ring seemed to be quiet traditional for the sport of bull-fighting which is popular amongst Spanish/Latin cultures. People flock to the running of the bulls and bull-fighting ...
... br> 9) Street art and Graffiti - unlike the US, street art is more a sign of artists and hipsters than gangs or crime.
10) Walking, biking and using public transport everywhere. Unlike the US, it is safe, cheap and reliable!
Top 10 Worst Cultural Points
1) economic crisis….
2) Strange schedules - most places dont open until around 10, close at for siesta and open for dinner at around 9.
3) Having to pay for water and bread. ...
... soothe my soul, we go people watch at...you guessed it...my favorite place in Valencia, the Plaza de la Virgen. Lots of skateboarders, guys doing bike tricks, and people on rollerblades do tricks practicing in the plaza tonight. After hanging, it was like 11:30 at night, so we decide to call it quits.
On my way home, my neighbor classmates spot me walking by, and we walk some of the way home together.
What a nice way to end the day!