Ibis Valencia Alfafar
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... Valencia. But if you know Ta, you know that I didn't appreciate the gesture much. None the less he helped us a lot finding everything we need to clean my bed and my room.
In the evening we went to this restaurant that served Tapas, a slice of bread with condiments on the top i.e. salmon, lettuce and goat cheese, fish with tomato spread. For our first Spanish meal in the city, it was pretty good! So I'm definitely excited to explore more places to eat!
... morning! Whaaaa?
L'umbracle was the garden portion at the Arts and Science museum. It was completely transformed into this posh open-air garden/club! They place the newest music, and showed music videos on mute on displays. This is the 3rd time I've tried a drink in Valencia, and I think I can safely conclude that the drinks are pretty light on alcohol. I could actually identify the tonic water in my gin and tonic. In SF, it would taste pretty much like carbonated ...
... the door again so I had to get it replaced. This after a similar performance that morning put down to the card being in my pocket next to my cell phone. You can imagine my embarrassment when an hour later the same thing happened and I realised that card which was in a plastic holder on a lanyard round my neck was being demagnetised by my camera which I had been carrying in the same area as the card on it's strap slung around my neck. The ship pulled ...
... opposite the train station the beautiful buildings started. I have again taken 100's of photos as one looks nicer than the next. As I crossed the road I came across a young lady dressed up in what looked to be traditional clothing. Later on I saw another one and on my return to the hotel I asked the receptionist( the mom of the little girl couldn't speak any English) what this is all about. She said that the outfits are traditionally Valencia dresses that get specially made ...
... where we had a Spanish 3 course meal. First to eat was 4 different types of Montaditos. They were all very beautiful. Next we had the main which was the famous Paella which was again very nice. Not long later arrived our desert which was a custard jelly with cream called Flan which was good but not great like the others. We then proceeded to PL. de I' A juntament to see the city hall where the '3 kings' would finish there parade which I'll talk about ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed