Hotel Medium Valencia
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Arrived at the beautiful Costa del Sol this afternoon after a short drive from Granada. Had a scenic tour around the beach front to our hotel which overlooks the beach and is absolutely beautiful. With a great pool opposite the beach, spa and gym facilities and a lovely balcony very impressed with the Malia Hotel. After settling in we went for a short stroll along the beach front and then returned to our hotel for a coffee before boarding the bus ...
... Dom and I ended up going with our teacher, Guillermo, to have a traditional Valencian lunch. We got the menu of the day which meant we got a drink, first meal, second meal, and dessert. It all tasted amazing and the main course was paella, which Valencia is known for.
Although the train ride home was a couple hours, it really only felt like five minutes as I fell asleep before we pulled out of the station ...
... available for our waiting time in Madrid. It was that, a check-in by ticket, and a lounge, and, curiously, with coffee and fridges full of beer, free. The Spanish and their beer.
The train time arrived and we walked out of the lounge to the platform and on, too good. This was a 300 km per hour rapid train across the central plateau to the dry Levante, wind farms, power lines, more ploughed soil. We arrived as ...
We got up, packed up and got away at a reasonable time this morning. As we have sworn off toll roads we area relying heavily on the GPS to guide us, so this morning we started going the wrong direction. It took me a while to realise and then find us on the map and get the GPS headed in the right direction, but it all worked out. We travelled near the coast for a while, looking out at the ocean. As soon as we passed into the Valencia ...
... the place was, well, awesome...
there, a walk along the dry riverbed took us into the old town where,
after a light lunch, we did the obligatory open top bus tour. I
don't think “old Valencia” is as gobsmacking as Seville but add
in the new Arts and Sciences place and the work they've done to turn
the dry river bed into a civic amenity and it turns it into a fine
are deceptive ...