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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... recomended and we wove our way through narrow streets to get there. All were set in deep shadows as the tall buildings leaned in so much, there was no sun.Some balconies were so close, we saw cats jumping across the Calles, looking for a sunnier spot.
The tower had a great view of the whole city, which sits on a plain surrounded by orange groves which peter out to mountains.Its old medival part (once within city walls) floods out to 'modernista' blocks and public buildings ...
... the plaza and looked at the catedral before hopping back on the bus for the maritime route. When we came back to the plaz we hopped off again for lunch in the plaza, a little more wandering around the plaza and we got back on the bus and finished the tour. As it was Sunday the streets were reasonably quiet and most things were shut. We ...
... and maybe some appetizers and then wait another five to ten minutes for drinks to arrive. Appetizers will follow within twenty to twenty-five minutes. Then, you finally order your main course. That takes an additional thirty minutes to arrive. After you finish eating, give it at least a good twenty-five minutes for the check to arrive and be taken care of. The waiting staff is also very lax in Portugal and Spain. ...
... br> The cycle path then took us through the Jardines del Turia, a 9 km green space through the city along the original route of the River Turia. There are all sorts catered for in this lovely park, children’s play grounds, football grounds and even an athletics track that was packed with school children. We cycled the whole 9 km’s as far as the zoo and then retraced our steps towards the old city centre.
Our first ...
WARNING!!! You are about to get a part history, part cultural lesson. Of you are not interested in reading it all, I will put a brief summary at the bottom.
And the Fallas season has officially begun.
February 23rd, at 730 am, people all over valencia are awoken by the sound of rampant Fireworks and explosions. Is it war? Is it rowdy teenagers? NO! Its one of the oldest and grandest traditions throughout all of Spain.
I must ...