Ibis Valencia Alfafar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of fossils and artifacts of various regions. We were hungry after walking for so long and sightseeing, so we decided to head back to the apartment and eat lunch and take a nap. So we ate some sandwiches, took a long nap, caught up with journaling, and found where we want to go tonight. We are heading out to a tapas bar after we cook some dinner, and seeing what the old town has to offer! ...
... had three days with no where to stay. We spent another day on sites like hostelworld and booking.com trying to find a reasonable solution to our homelessness. Eventually, we gave up! After two days of trying to find a new place to visit, we booked a different hostel in Valencia for the extra time until Madrid.
It was exhausting and stressful not to have planned in advance, but sometimes things just aren't meant to be. On the walk back from ...
... 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 ...
As usual, the Heiners really do not always take the direct and/or easy route to do anything in Spain. After all, where’s the fun in that? Last January, I made reservations for our rental car to use the last three weeks of our Spain adventure. I also reserved an apartment in O Pindo, Spain. What, you have never heard of it? Well, probably most of the world hasn’t heard of it. It is a small fishing village on the western side of Spain. So ...
... that my sight-seeing tour through Valencian history has been an interesting one. I never knew such a quaint beach city could hold such historical value.
Our excursion began at the bull-ring and the old train station, both of whom were next to each other in the middle of the city. The bull-ring seemed to be quiet traditional for the sport of bull-fighting which is popular amongst Spanish/Latin cultures. People flock to the running of the bulls and bull-fighting ...