Valencia Center Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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 …
... then spied a Starbucks cup in somebody's hand so that started the mission for mugs! Success and they are even orange for Valencia oranges! After meeting up with our group, it was to time for the visit to the aquarium. Wow, was that awesome! We spent 3 hours there and closed the place down at 7:00 pm but could have used more time to see the sights. Checked into our hotel, had dinner there and pretty much crashed. Temp-33'C which is just plain hot. Steps-over ...
... did a lot of homework. During my food class, we reviewed for our final and talked about wine tastings.
Tuesday, I didn't end up having class this day as my teacher was sick. I slept in pretty late as I had tried to stay up to listen to the Badger game (but I fell asleep, which was probably for the better). I did some shopping this day and got my swimsuit for Lagos that weekend. I also finished some of my work.
On Wednesday, ...
... have a roof, but who knows when it might get done?
As the Metro is on the same block as the hotel, we decide to get a ride into the town. From looking at the maps when I booked the hotel many months ago, I remember the metro line stopping near the old city. We get into the metro station and find no stations that look like Centro or Cuitat Vella or anything remotely like being the centre of town. I randomly pick a station that has a ...
... importance of cork to the Portuguese. I have seen bags, hats, key chains, and household items made of cork being sold everywhere. In the grand scheme to worldwide trade, this seems to be a commodity not of great demand. Could this be a primary reason Portugal is not being propelled into an economic “superpower”?
Another point that I thought of while reading my novel was the lack of commercial merchandise that ...