Melia Ingles

Address: Marques de dos Aguas 6, Valencia, Valencian Country, 46002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Marques de dos Aguas 6, Valencia, is near Cathedral (Seu), Barrio del Carmen, Santa Catalina Church (Iglesia de Santa Catalina), and Banos del Almirante.
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Travel Blogs from Valencia

A half completed city

A travel blog entry by pandar on Sep 26, 2014

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... had mostly shut...
The end of the day now, a few more shopping stops and then some dinner and back to the hotel. We ate in the 'Placa de la Seu' or the place of the virgin. It is one of the main squares in the old city and has the Turia fountain named for the river and has eight maidens showing the eight parts of the river.
This is the main place where the Valencians hold their main festival of 'Las Fallas'. It is pronounced fi-yas. Spanish. ...

Cerca a la Mestalla

A travel blog entry by dmengesha on Jun 20, 2014

... is held where close to a thousand people gather to listen about the importance of Catholicism. The speakers boom with the sound of a priest or a member of the clergy of one of the churches nearby talking about faith. This raised a question in my head. Are Spaniards really religious or is faith more of a cultural part of their society that has been engrained in so many of the members of the Valencian community that it is more a part of who they are than ...

The City of Arts and Sciences, and Tapas

A travel blog entry by katetahls on Feb 05, 2014

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... was, I had read about it in my research. There is a story called "Gullivers Travels" by Jonathon Swift that is very famous in Valencia (Lucia told us the story when we first arrived). Gulliver is a Giant who is washed ashore after a shipwreck and lands in Lilliput, the Lilliputians were frightened by his giant size and bind him to the ground so he can't escape. This is the premise to the 70 metre playground of ...


A travel blog entry by on Aug 30, 2013

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After school, I made my way home...of course, being distracted along the way like I do everyday and took some random pictures. At home, dinner was going to be served soon. My host lady prepared a rice dish. Didn't ask her for the name, but the taste and texture reminded me of this chinese rice thing that's wrapped in a giant leaf. The rice had a stickiness to it. It was a very comforting dish. Thankfully not overly salty. At dinner, I learned that 4 Italian ...

Valencia; what a coincidence!

A travel blog entry by maya1991ll on Jul 17, 2013

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... my dorm I met two very lovely people, a very multilingual Bulgarian girl, Catherine or Eka, who spoke fluently Chinese, Spanish, English and Bulgarian, I was impressed, and who was younger than me and has traveled more than I have. I also met Conor, an 18 year old guy, from the US, who was training to be a journalist; traveling around Spain and was determined to wake up the next day at 5am, to see the sunset at the beach in Valencia, as it was his last day in Spain. We shared ...