Valencia Center Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsValencia Center Hotel
The rooms are clean and new. The bedroom is not big
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6:15 wake up call and we reluctantly left Barcelona at 8 AM. We headed south on a morning drive along the Mediterranean waters of the Costa Dorada. We drove past the orchards of citrus fruits (Valencia oranges). Then we passed so many olive groves! Valencia is the third largest city in Spain. It was an independent state during the Middle Ages under …
... as possible. Within minutes you are covered head to toe in tomatoes. You have been hit multiple times in the head with a non squashed tomato (they hurt!), your eyes are stinging from the acidity of the tomatoes too. With 15 minutes to go in the fight, there is a river of tomato juice flowing down the street so you scoop some up and dump it on people's heads, down their shirts or underwear! At the sound of the second cannon ...
... br> Back to campervan by 19:30 legs weary. A few cans of beer while I compile this.
I have 5 pictures uploaded but when broadband permits I'll add the magnificent new structures down by marina.
I would thoroughly recommend Valencia for a week-end break or longer, it has a lovely relaxed feel to it and of course not as many worries about robberies from tourists. I saw all ages walking about on their own plus there is a plentiful police ...
An early start, up at 04.00 to be at the airport by 05.00. We stay in Great Dunmow so only a short drive but minor panic as unable to find parking email. Problem solved by ringing and confirming Long Stay! Airport busy, plane leaves 20 minutes late but arrives in Valencia on time at 10.30. Metro to the city, difficult walk through the crowds in Town Hall square waiting for the 14.00 event! Leave bags stop at hotel find a ...
... ended up having tapas and sangria outside- consisting of cod, squid, croquettes, potatoes and prawns- fishy but delicious! The restaurant even gave us shots of the local liquor for free which were a lovely touch- the stuff looked like absinthe and tasted like mint- so needless to say, Bush girl George loved it.
The weather is beautiful, the streets are windy and old and the buildings are gorgeous- so far Valencia seems to be a great ...