Ibis Valencia Alfafar
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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The peril of booking THE cheapest hotel in (read near) Valencia is that is in a commercial park miles outside the city flanked by the likes of Leroy Merlin, Media Markt and Ikea (all of which I can see from my room window) and and the three places to get food in an apocalypse; Burger king, McD and KFC. We are staying in a place called Alfafar which …
... the whole event and said that apparently the first bull we had seen was the most gruesome. We also discussed some of the horrible and sad events we have witnessed in our jobs as Police Officers, and yet we put on our 'professional hats' and soldier on stoically - just concentrating on our work. And yet how quickly were we affected at witnessing the bullfight?
It was good to hear that Barcelona and other areas of Spain have now banned ...
... supple afterwards. Am looking forward to returning to my physio guy back home for more back pulping. The wind picked up on the beach so we headed back along the cycle path to nearer home. We found a nice place to sit and had some fresh fish. It was quite nice to have a 'proper’ meal. We have either had salads or sampled many of the different tapas. After a couple of vinos we cycled back slowly for a relaxing evening. Hot choc is always a must to end the ...
If you have the chance, you must visit Valencia during the Las Fallas season. Every March, prior to the feast of Saint Joseph, the city prepares itself for a celebration of their patron saint. Las Fallas translates in Valenciano to "the fires", and indeed the festival will end with just that, the burning of the ninots (puppets or dolls) made of paper maché, plaster and wood. They are quite spectacular and it strikes ...
... night pub/disco-tech crawl, and a visit to El Oceanográfico, a giant aquarium in the city.
My favorite parts of this aquarium were the giant tunnels where you could walk underneath great white sharks, as well as hundreds of other fish, and a very cool dolphin show, which kinda made me wish I went to school to be a dolphin trainer instead!
As we headed back, we explored the nearby architecture in the city. Most of the ...