Hotel Serhs Sant Jordi
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... side of the Atlantic. We went towards the water side of town and just kind of took everything in. We got some amazing sandwiches from a place John recommended and ate by the water, checked out some great art, had ice cream, sat on the beach for sunset, and walked through a really active part of town. Such a great day! We are headed for the bus now to go to Marseille. It is an overnight bus which seems very daunting after having not taken one in so long, but hopefully it won't be too ...
... trees coming into Valencia (presumably orange trees). We arrived at Valencia Nord station around 1.10 pm. The main building was very nicely decorated, with lots of colourful mosaics. We then jumped into a taxi to our hotel - Hospes Palau de la Mer - which is a bit up market, and very nice. After a bit of a rest and the chance to cool down we headed out to explore the old city of Valencia - it is a lovely ...
... underneath this structure were hollow in order to store water. Very clever, really! We had a little bit of free time which we tried to use to take some photos of the lizard and snake artwork. It was pretty difficult to do this as so many people were also trying to do the same thing! The most frustrating part was that instead of people stopping to have a quick pic taken, then get out of the way so someone else could have a turn, they hung around to have half a dozen ...
... the metro and seeing this building for the first time practically takes your breathe away and stopped us mid sentence. This building is still a work in progress and Gaudi knew it would not be finished before his death, in fact we think his design relied on building techniques not invented at that time. Enough of Gaudi, you can tell we are impressed! For lunch we went to a likes of a fish and chip shop, and ...
... We found one just across the street from the church and enjoyed a bite to eat. Our group of 27 was lead by an excellent guide who took us through the church and the museum. It is an amazing structure! Antonio Gaudi was a very eccentric man but an architect with vision ! The church began to be built in 1882 and its completion date is hoped to be 2026. Gaudi worked on the construction of the ...