Hotel Llum Blava

Address: C/ Ribera Baixa 2 (N-332), Favara, Valencia Province, Valencian Country, 46614, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on C/ Ribera Baixa 2 (N-332), Favara, is near Blasco Ibanez House/Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Favara

    Stop #2: Valencia

    A travel blog entry by taraspain on Aug 24, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... in Barcelona a lot more. The building the market is in is beautiful and larger than the building in Barcelona, but everything was more spread out. I loved my time in Valencia, as this was my first time here (as well as Barcelona). Now we’re on an eight-hour bus ride to Granada, one of the cities I went to when I was last in Spain. Granada is famous for being a University town, so I am excited to explore more! Hasta luego!

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    Peatones and the pearly gates

    A travel blog entry by bethanymuller on Oct 13, 2014

    4 photos

    ... It's evident that corporate grocery chains and distributors are tightening their grip here as well, squeezing out diversity and replacing it with a more profitable model. At times it is disheartening to see capitalism succeed. In realty, we can sniff out good produce and Bethany and I can cook.

    This is reality is balanced out with the fact that Che and Anya's school is light years ahead of the educational curve at home. It's amazing the weight a challenging education can ...

    World Cup Time!

    A travel blog entry by dememarie on Jun 14, 2014

    ... and restaurants on the strip next to the beach and it automatically caused me to become more excited. People that probably have never met each other began to become friends in support of their teams and were shouting and singing together as each goal was scored. I felt as though everyone was becoming a family in the bar, including the people who were working there that stopped working to watch the game and support their teams. ...

    My kind of palace, not sure where to put the TV.

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on May 18, 2014

    1 comment, 48 photos

    ... this on Sunday morning and all morning long I've been listening to two things, church bells and explosions. One of the things that the Spanish people do when they celebrate anything is let off strings of huge firecrackers. I am not exaggerating they sound like bombs going off and shake the buildings as they go booom, booooom, crackle, crackle, boommm.
    On my way back to the train station yesterday I saw some white balloons in the distance and walked over to see what ...

    Fallas is upon us!

    A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Mar 14, 2014

    8 photos

    ... really excited for the entire festival. All of my classes have been talking about fallas (Spanish Culture and Civilizations, Spanish class, etc.) and for one of our classes we went to the Fallas Ninot Museum. It was very cool to see the "evolution" of the ninots through the years, starting in 1930. Wow, the history around this festival is incredibly rich. Also, its interesting to look at the social and political issues ...