Hotel Residencia Patilla

C/ Pinares, 8, Valencia, Valencian Country, 46012, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Happy Miercoles!

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... and local than Reina. Once we left the main group, Joe decided to head home. So mi hermano and I started off to the plaza. Immediately we see a froyo place. I was hankering for some ice cream, but this now seems like a better idea. Right then, Rune divulged that he's never had the stuff. I said, "You poor deprived child, let's get one to share." Really, I said that!! in the MOST dramatic way, no less. He liked it!

Now I've got ...

The Laundry Game

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... t working though, and all the hanging space was taken, so we decided we'd go get some lunch and try again when we got back! By that time we were able to drop our bags off in the room, then went out to find some food. We walked up the street a bit to a little cafe where I got a spaghetti and Darren got a burger. We listened to a busker playing some cool rock songs in a little bit of a Spanish style then made our way back to ...


A travel blog entry by onighjoy


... made things more interesting and fun for me. The hotel is nice and good value. Its at the edge of city but Valencia isn't very big. For 56 Euros a night, its excellent. For dinner, we wandered around our area and found a cute little local joint. Funnily, Dad and I found the food great while Yang and mum, hated it, complaining it was too salty and oily. What was the difference? Dad and I had a few beers while the girls didn't. Beer ...

Holy Toll Edo

A travel blog entry by bruceandanne


... to the Old Town that also happened to be close to the town centre. A stroll down the Rambla away from views of the Mediterranean had us on the lookout for the tourist information office. This took us through a very very long market and a warning from the officer at the TI centre to be wary of pickpockets. Although we had survived Barcelona we still needed to remain vigilant and careful.

The roman sites ...

Work to Live

A travel blog entry by lyoon6


... affect time taken to work each day, as no one is working overtime for promotions or brownie points.

The Spanish also like holidays. A lot. In fact, every Sunday in Valencia is like a holiday. Again, all the stores are shut down, and the people are nowhere to be found. Having been traveling almost every weekend, I had not yet experienced this, and when I finally spent a whole Sunday in Valencia I was frustrated to find that no one in the city seemed to ...


This hotel, located in the Pobles Del Sud area of Valencia, is near Oceanografic, Parque Natural de la Albufera, Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia (Palace of Arts), and Príncipe Felipe Science Museum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Residencia Patilla Valencia

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good