Ibis Valencia Alfafar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... some history about the place. There were only three of us plus the guide but he was really good, best one yet. A few hours had passed and our brains were full so we decided to get some food. We grabbed a takeaway tub of paella each (4€) and headed to a bar/cafe/restaurant where the guide knew a friend that was working. We ordered a couple of Agua de ...
... a couple bedrooms, a kitchen, a laundry room, and entrance way. These little dwelling were similar to the idea of the hobbit hole in New Zealand but nowhere as cute!
After hours of driving we made our way to Valencia, and had a bit of free time in the city. We enjoyed looking at the exterior of the cathedral while enjoying some wine ...
So. Where to go in order to recover from Ibiza? Valencia...may not be the biggest party town but certainly in the top 10 of Spain! We arrived back at the airport and caught our courtesy bus to the car hire shop. Now when we booked online it stated 'no hidden costs' well, there was in fact 200 euros worth of hidden costs! But hey ho, we had a full tank of fuel and were fully covered for insurance and both Jed and Steph ...
... of white elephants outweigh the benefits?
In answering this question, I decided to analyze the impact of the 1992 Olympic games on Barcelona. According to the Economist, the opportunity costs of hosting mega events, such as the Olympics, oftentimes outweigh the benefits. Barcelona, however, seems to have successfully utilized this mega event to its benefit. Working to shed the legacy of Franco, Spain utilized the Olympics to project a new urban identity ...
... to the point of enhanced patient monitoring is years upon years away from being realized. According to Gartner’s scale of inflated expectations, “big data” analytics is at least ten years away in the United States. The lack of interoperability between providers’ systems leaves the available data pool too small for impactful analysis.