Ibis Valencia Bonaire
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that different from soccer at home. At the first game, all the parents were lined up along the sideline,
cheering for the team, however there was one notable difference that stood out…they
were all smoking (and a few with a beer in the other hand, at 10:00am). For
those of you involved in Bernalillo soccer, or soccer elsewhere in the U.S.,
picture all those soccer parents you know cheering away, now imagine they ...
... s ask em..” I have
enjoyed these conversations more than they will ever know..
Hours of operation in spain - this one is killin us. There
are summer hours, merchant hours, winter hours, bank hours, government hours,
franchise hours, local hours, restaurant hours, and market hours, and, as of late,
university hours. Frankly, we don’t know when to leave the house. The fear of
everything being closed ...
... flea market (El Rastro) just near the Mestalla Stadium (home ground of the Valencia Club de Fútbol) so she came along to that before we went in to the city to the supermarket. The flea market was a little strange, you could find EVERYTHING there, from a mattress to the bathroom sink (I am not exaggerating, they sold mattresses and bathroom sinks). Most of the stalls were full of junk, but there were some really nice pieces of ...
... get really close to some if the animals. It was really interesting to watch the animals interact. We saw the gorillas together. A mom gorilla follow her baby around making sure it was okay. We say an adult antilop teach a younger one how to defend itself. The lions were really calm. We are lunch there a well. There lunch room has these gigantic panoramic windows so you can see the animals while you eat. It was really neat. After the ...
... t working though, and all the hanging space was taken, so we decided we'd go get some lunch and try again when we got back! By that time we were able to drop our bags off in the room, then went out to find some food. We walked up the street a bit to a little cafe where I got a spaghetti and Darren got a burger. We listened to a busker playing some cool rock songs in a little bit of a Spanish style then made our way back to ...