Ibis Valencia Bonaire
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- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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In the morning Mitsuki,Mum took me to a park that had a really big flying fox. We couldn't stay there for long because we had check out at the hotel. We packed up and left. The Spanish tolling system was strange. I was surprised that there was two toll points before getting on to the main highway. While driving I noticed that the ...
... I'm sure a wealthy patron paid for it somewhere along the way. We also visited La Llotja de Mercaders. I had noticed this building on my wanderings and I had thought it was an old castle as it has high walls with turrets and a tower in one corner. However it is actually the old merchant traders hall. It was built in the 15th century and the merchant traders intentionally wanted it to look like a castle so as to intimidate any traders coming into Valencia. After ...
... throughout the narrative was the fact that Portugal in many ways played both sides of the fence during the war. It traded with the allies along with supplying materials of war to Germany. However, the exports from Portugal were and currently are very limited. An example from the book reads “she had brought back no papers, but perfume, cognac, and a basket full of food, instead” (Remarque 148). This was Remarque’s way ...
... Beautiful", to which I answered " Si, beautiful, gracias "
The other photos I took yesterday, when I decided to get out and go for a walk around another area of Valencia. It still amazes me that in any city in Spain you can go for a walk in any suburb and see ancient monuments, fountains and statues that in some cases are hundreds of years old. I would not want to live here long enough to get to the point where I don't see or appreciate it any more...
... nuns and volunteers run a little restaurant. It was a fun meal with some tasty food in a great atmosphere. The workers were very helpful and friendly, especially one of the Priests.
Paris has been great fun and a nice way to start our trip, but we’re really keen to get to Spain to see our family. This morning is all about packing up, checking out, finally going on the river cruise and then flying down to Valencia this evening.
Au revoir ...