Ibis Valencia Alfafar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... be a part of the country – a blow to the investment potential in the country. Politically, Portugal’s semi presidential republic has experienced years of stability while making reforms to promote new business in the country whereas Spain just underwent the abdication of its corruption-riddled king and falls far behind Portugal in giving impetus to entrepreneurship. In fact, Spain’s cripplingly high start up costs make starting a business in the country ...
... means a night full of fireworks in Barcelona. In Valencia it is about making the most of the huge beach. Which means making bonfires. Unfortunately there are no marshmallows in site. Unless marshmallow is code for beer.
The hostel staff lead us to their bonfire. As the bus drives along the beach there are thousands all over the beach and fires everywhere. The police are in force on the boardwalk but don't seem to make an appearance on the ...
... bulls have now become silhouettes of cowboys. Once we got into Valencia, we were a little disappointed. We kept reading what a cool city it was and it just looked like a shorter version of New York City. Buildings lined the street and there wasn't much to look at. Since we were still exhausted, we got our hotel, dropped our bags and looked for a grocery store. This was starting to become habit and a feat at the same time. You'd be amazed how hard it is ...
... to raise plants that are rare or hard to germinate in nature. The temperature, humidity and light cycles are tightly regulated to ensure the plants get the best chance of growing. In the same room there were two workers preparing the Lily seeds for us to take back to Tancat de la Pipa. The man showed us around the rest of the farm and took us into a few green houses where there were many plants. ...
... er), so we stayed playing in the water for quite a while - probably a bit too long, on reflection...
One of the problems for turismos in Spain is that shops (including huge supermarkets) are closed on a Sunday. So faced with no food, and 3 tired, scratchy kids coming back from the beach late, we succumbed and went to MacDonalds... The truth is, it was pretty good, and cheap too. 4 Euros for 2 small burgers, chips and a drink. Oh dear.