Hotel Vora Fira Valencia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Today we had planed to go and visit the markets and also walk to the Museum of Arts and Science. The markets were not far from us and they were huge. We had already had food and coffee for breakfast which was probably a good thing considering how much tasty food was around. We walked up and down the market just so we could see it all. We saw a few fruits we weren't familiar with and even some of the meat was displayed in an ...
... quite low. Business pay a whopping 30% super for employees and then contribute to the unemployment fund for the individual as does the individual. thus the longer he has worked the more money he has in benefits. Of course there is apparently a big black market economy and comparatively low wages.
Valencia had some lovely building though nothing that stands out on its own and ...
... to hear the 'bangs' at the gunpowder concert! Back into the old town for welcome beer and patatas bravas. Off to spot more Fallas before eventually finding a space in a cafe to eat, everywhere very busy. Return to the hotel for a welcome two hours sleep. Out later to the dry river bridges to get a spot for the fireworks. It pours with rain but that doesn't detract from the display which is great. Back to the hotel bed by ...
... the architecture has only been built in the last 200 years in response to rising affluence in the area. What to do when the temp hits 43 degrees? - visit the aquarium! Highly regarded throughout Europe - loved the walruses and Beluga whales. We wanted hot weather & we sure have it - siesta is certainly observed here. Shops close at 1 pm til 5 pm - everyone then comes out to play til late at night. Sunset not til about 9pm so plenty of time for culture & retail ...
... Spain. Another one of my favorite memories was visiting the collection of Roman Ruins in the middle of this city. Tarragona is just south of Barcelona, and is a delightful ‘little’ town. It is so little, in fact, that maneuvering the rather large van through very narrow streets became quite a challenge. Let’s just say that John wasn’t in the mood for kids singing “Wheels On The Bus” that day. He did a fabulous job ...