Ibis Budget Valencia Aeropuerto
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were raving, but on arrival at 8.30pm only a few people there, and an empty bar. We trusted the advice and by the time we left, they were totally full and handing out tickets for people to wait in order of turning up. Fabulous food. Again not expensive - less than 45€ and we couldn't have eaten or drank anything else. Valencia is a nice city, more modem than Madrid or Seville. Worth visiting for the Mussels and Paella, but a destination that we probably don't need to return ...
... could not leave. I'm no doubt generalising here but it seems the locals do NOT like tourists invading their space and attending the fight. In addition, two men directly behind her were smoking cigars (apparently a tradition at the bullfight), precariously close to her clothes and hair and at the odd time sloshing beer on her top. She too was mortified at the experience, and sat thinking, "this is not me, what am I doing here?" She was forced to ...
... this area and each owner has his own colour! Carried on and had a look round the port and then on to the beach. Locked the bikes up and found a nice café on the front, which was very lively, and had some lunch. Lemon beer certainly hits the spot in this heat. After lunch spent an hour or so on the beach. Not really a bikini holiday so it was nice to stretch out a little. Even paid a woman £5 to have a back massage. Wasn't going to at first but actually felt a ...
... dish served in a giant pot with meat and veggies. Our group ordered a chicken and a seafood paella, along with Sangria (also originating in Spain) to share, and topped it all off with gelato from a nearby store.
My trip also consisted of going to the top of Los Torres de Serranos, two towers in the older part of the city, seeing the outside of Valencia CF's soccer stadium, touring inside the Virgin Mary Cathedral during Sunday Mass, ...
... been a market some years ago. It now housed little bars, restaurants and cafés with an art display in the middle. They had a gin tonic while people watching.
They then went to a traditional Valencia restaurant called Raco del Turia. It was a quiet intimate place which has been run by the same family for many years. They enjoyed smoked sardines, with dried tomatoes and caper cream on a hazelnut biscuit crust, followed by roast suckling pig ...