Hotel Vora Fira Valencia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... better price here than home, and authentic of course, but they are very heavy so have given it a miss. Wide tree lined streets, parks and the pedestrianised old town. The old town is almost encircled by a park which runs like a river around it with bridges crossing it periodically, very attractive. I'm glad I've taken plenty of photos as I do wonder if some of these central old towns will blend into one! Some beautiful bells here which I haven't ...
... Then we spent another 45 minutes to figure out how to exit the lot. After that, we had to go back and pick up the luggage from our hotel. Though the kids were excited to ride in a car again, John was a bit nervous about driving something the size of a UPS van around cities designed by Romans with streets that were put in during the Model T era. Nonetheless, we plugged the Valencia address in the Garmin that Martin Gair gave us (it specifically ...
... in the dish are various extras like chicken, prawns, snails, & beans, depending on what type of paella you are eating. Here in Valencia, paella is served at virtually all spanish restaurants. Another food, called the tapa, is culturally significant to Spain. Tapas are small food dishes made to accompany a drink. They’re usually relatively inexpensive, and are made to be eaten using your hands alone. All of these aspects are things I’ve seen in Spain that have stood out. ...
... around the Notre Dame and hopped off. Lunch was calling and the kids were keen to get back to the baguette place we’d been to earlier in the week. Liam’s bolognaise toasted baguette was a hit two days ago and we all decided to have one for ourselves this time. We all happily munched our lunch as we headed up to the Luxemburg Gardens. This amazing site is set in the Latin Quarter of Paris and consists of a range of gardens ...
... we are told was a huge waste of money and is costing tax payers lots as it can not bring in enough revenue to be maintained, on the weekend I want to go here and the Oceanogrāfic, the multi-sports stadium where they have tennis courts, horse events and a whole range of other sports, and the opera house which is covered in broken tiles, much like a lot of ...