Ibis Valencia Alfafar
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to see some fallas even this early. After this, some of us went down to the beach and lay out in the sun. At night, some us got together and went to some of our favorite bars in order to welcome my friend Page's boyfriend to Valencia for the week.
Friday: Some of my friends from my food class all got together and we cooked some "paella" together for my food class. We followed my ...
... didn't grow they bartered. She said the war hadn't been so bad for them but they had lost their restaurant in London (decided to return to Italy upon the outbreak of war to prevent bring interned) so after that they emigrated to Canada. She's very interesting to talk to, uses English expressions such as 'mutton dressed as lamb' - (and there's a flock of them) and having a 'shufty' (a look) so quite hard case. She is unbelievable for her ...
... suitcases so that we would only need to get two suitcases out of the car. This helped us navigate the streets so much easier it made me think how great it would be to come back with our kids when they could haul their own backpacks (except, by then, they’d be teenagers, ugh!) We found our hotel, Lotelito, which is a wonderful loft apartment for 7 people. In the words of our friend, Butch Gentry, this place was, “quaint as ****!” ...
What's with the lack of dryers and normal appliances in this country?
So upon arriving in Portugal and then continuing on to Spain I soon realized the many differences between America and Europe. Being the fashion diva that I am and always needing adequate space for my laundry, the first thing to catch my concern was the laundry machine the being size of something in motorhome and the complete lack of a dryer. I was soon informed that the Spanish, along with the rest of ...
... is the worst! Do you hug? Handshake? Cry hysterically? You have exchanged details and have every intention of seeing them again, but sometimes it just doesn't happen that way. To all those people I have met along the way- I love each and every one of you!
5- Meeting so many new people, they all have nicknames
On a daily basis abroad, you meet new people. So many new people in fact, that it is impossible to remember names. 'The German', ...