Sercotel Sorolla Palace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... They had live eels, stingrays, odd shaped fish with giant teeth and all kinds of weird, oozing and gooey things. I walked out shaking. Usually I'm OK just looking at sea creatures, but when there's no glass between you and them all bets are off. Even when they're dead.
It was cool to learn a bit more about Spain, and Valencia in particular during the walking tour. Before it started, I'd ...
... I really do like the fact I went vegetarian and I think I made the right decision. After this, it was time for something. Don't remember exactly since I've been neglecting this travel app! What I do know is that I had reservations for Copenhagen at 9PM sharp. I arrived, enjoyed my meal again and meet some locals who were going to check out the fireworks. Sorry, not tonight. It's raining and cold and it's at 1:30? No ...
... hit the beach and go for a swim. We arrived at the Mediterranean and washed off the sweat in the luke warm water. It really was pretty dirty and the sand was covered in cigarette buts. Everyone seemed to smoke and throw their butts on the sand. The water was murky and very brackish. This didn't seem to worry the crowd as the beach was packed with wall to wall of bronzed bodies in all shapes and sizes, as well as a few red as a lobster out of ...
I'm so terribly behind on blogging this trip! I feel like we have just been going non stop! This morning we got up, packed our bags and checked out of the hostel. We were happy to be able to put our backpacks in lockers in the hostel. Then we went on a walking tour where we saw the skinniest house in Spain, the cathedral, the old roman defense walls and learned a bunch about the city. I thought ...
... that Spain is known for, whether that be a bad or good thing is up to anyone’s opinion. It appears to me that the frequency of a protest/march, or any action for that matter, diminishes it in importance. In Barcelona, on our way to a buffet grossly similar to Golden Corral relative to abundance of food, we saw another protest, though I was not quite clear on its origins. This protest was much larger, by far, as the people ...