Hotel Melia Valencia
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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... be more of a tourist thing.
We made our way back to the airport and flew to Frankfurt, where we had another long layover. We didn't leave the airport this time, but we finally made our way to Valencia from Frankfurt and got to our hotel after midnight.
Today, we went to the City of Arts and Sciences, which is a big science museum that is the main attraction of Valencia. There is also an aquarium that is part ...
... font-size: 12px; line-height: normal;">Counting our cocktail vouchers we realized we had 6 left and needed to have a cocktail each tonight to make sure we do not lose on them, so off to the El Dorado bar for a Capirinha and then to the theatre for the show by Mike Pidone, a Sicilian with diverse talent, classically trained tenor and piano player, a fabulous how with standing ovation!!
... 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. ...
... up river running through the city has been turned into a long jogging/walking path. We were able to use this path to get to the different areas. We checked out the aquarium which is Europe's largest. We weren't too impressed. It wasn't as good as the Boston aquarium or even mystic, but it was a nice way to spend the day since the weather was extremely hot. I loved the beluga whales. They were stuck in a small ...
... and how everyone throws big parties or small parties to watch the game, and it is similar here as well.
Soccer is like a part of all families here in Spain. I have yet to see a person who does not watch soccer matches here. Our first night in Valencia, we went to a bar to watch the Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid soccer game, and it was live and action packed. I was amazed by the number of people that begin to flood ...