Hotel Medium Valencia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Finally got to get the bikes out and what a ride it was. Valencia is a very cycle friendly place and there was a two lane cycle track the whole way in to the city. We followed the route along the front and stopped for a drink. We got talking to an interesting guy who had cycled to the beach to go foraging. He explained how to cook and store his finds. We also saw some really colourful birds and he explained they were very expensive racing pigeons. It is a big ...
... Rail, but with more options for locations and way less expensive, we rolled down the track for 3.5 hours in comfort before arriving at the historic North Station in Valencia by early afternoon.
With only one night to visit, we headed out to the biggest tourist destination in the city - the City of Arts and Sciences - which is located in a 100+ hectare sunken park that ...
... destination being a good 25 min walk from their hotel and had a refreshing drink.
They then continued onto their destination being the City of Arts and Sciences (Valencian: Ciutat de les Arts i les Cičncies; Spanish: Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias) which is an entertainment-based cultural and architectural complex.
It is the most important modern ...
Que tal? Bad weather is due to arrive anytime now this week. Rain, thunderstorm, the works. Rune and I decided to get our tan on this week in anticipation of a sol-less week. I think I'm pretty much there at Spanish dark now. So my sun-chasing days are over for now. We'll see what the weather's like in Barcelona. Dang, I just checked the weather again, and it's changed for the umpteenth time. It now looks like it's not going to rain, and a 30% ...
... spent the afternoon catching up on some writing and the kids worked on their journals a bit. The consensus was that we needed a little down time.
At 7:00 we met up with friends at the plaza next to our apartment for drinks. Then we walked with them to La Finca Roja, a locally well-known building. It's where these friends live. The kids played pin-pon in the dad's studio. (He's a painter.) ...