- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This is our last day in Valencia so we had a leisurely start to the day but then everyone in Spain does. Nothing opens until 10:00 or later. Many places close between about 3:30 and 5:00 pm and then reopen. They all tend to stay open till 10:00 pm which is about when the sun finally sets.
We decided to just go for a long stroll through the streets and take in ...
... feature of most rivers. The former river is broad -probably 100m wide in most places and we followed a pretty straight course towards the coast passing under numerous expansive bridges obviously constructed when the river was just that and passing though an impressive series of gardens with the typical Spanish flair of water features and statues and the like all the way along. I mentioned to J, the Yarra could be a similarly impressive linear parkland one day ...
... because there's usually a group of people around you waiting for a bus. While waiting to catch a bus that would take me to the Plaza de Ajuntament, I observed an interesting phenomenon that I did not think I would find back in the states.
I sat down on a bus bench and soon after, a woman and her grandson sat down next to me. I asked the woman for the time and she gave it to me. Soon, we were talking about where we were from, where we'd grown up, and why we were getting on ...
... the best in the world, they don’t even make it past the group stage. But this time it was too different. For one, four years had passed and they players were no longer at the same quality level they were at before. The core of their team, Iniesta and Xavi, was way past their prime. In addition, the team dynamic had changed. Four years ago there were only 3 foreigners, now there were 10. Almost half the ...
... in the street with a marching band. Later in we went to a lights show. There were a few streets set up with thousands of lights that light up to music. It was very pretty and very alive. Along that street under the lights, we tried a typical Valencian sweet called bu˝uelos. It reminds be of mini donuts. At some of the stands you can even watch them get made. By the time we got home it was about 9. We were exhausted and honestly just relaxed ...