Travel Blogs from Valencia
... festivities are all about the women; i.e. all of the events are centered around the woman. I will go into the specific events more as they happen (things like La Ofrenta, Bull Fights, etc.), but as for now, just a brief overview of Fallas, La Crida and Ninots
Fallas, in itself is one big party. If there is one thing the Spaniards know, it is how to party. The main days of Fallas are from March 16-19th, ending with the burning of the Fallas ...
After getting off the bus, my new Korean friends and I went in search of free wifi, it being too early to check in anywhere. There was a shopping centre around the corner from the bus station, and as always, good old Maccas didn't disappoint. I had the most bitter coffee ever, although it was topped with a mountain of cream. They were planning on heading to Buñol that night for the street parties, and just staying out all night until La Tomatina tomorrow. I wanted to ...
... We went to meet the others but they had already left for the pub crawl and so we just headed in the direction we thought they had gone and luck would have it we found them!!! The club was small and extremely dark. So dark it was hard to see but they had 2 euro shots. I opted out of the shot and just had a vodka coke borrowing money off Tamara. The next club was a bit bigger and brighter and was giving away free hats!!! While I was standing with the girls at the bar a person ...
... etc. It was a good reminder to have very clear expectations in my classroom because if not, chaos ensues. It was a real icky feeling not knowing the expectations of the day. If I felt like that, I can imagine my American students feeling the same way if I am not clear on a school project, classroom rules, etc.
In the afternoon, Eduardo (Azucena's husband) gave Molly and I a tour of Valencia. He drove us all over ...
... you know it's going
to be good don't you???? It was the spit – aisle for aisle – of
a B&Q Warehouse! And yes, they sell our gas. So we topped up
and resumed the route to Valencia. A fine deviation from the road
had found a campsite just South of Valencia, right on a beach (which,
we subsequently discovered, was another of those “clothing
optional” ones. I saw one bare bum – sadly a bloke's. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services