NH Puerto de Sagunto

Avda Ojos Negros 55, Sagunto, Valencia Province, Valencian Country, 46520, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Avda Ojos Negros 55, Sagunto.
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    Travel Blogs from Sagunto

    Nice Arts Centre!!!

    A travel blog entry by cotysmore on Jun 22, 2013

    7 photos

    had a task to undertake on our way to Valencia, namely to purchase
    gas cylinders so we'd be able to cook – and hence eat. For those
    of you with Android smartphones, may I commend a free app called
    “Freenav”. Unlike Google maps, you download the maps onto your
    phone and can therefore navigate by GPS at no cost. Coupled with
    that, you can search – using Google – for local POI's. So before
    we left our free wifi zone at Oliva, we ...

    Spain and Sex

    A travel blog entry by blakebauer327 on Jun 14, 2012

    1 photo

    ... much lower and parents can worry less about their kids being exposed to this material.

    As I I’ve said already, Prostitution is legal in Spain, another example of how Spain’s views towards sexuality are much more lax than that of America’s. I say prostitution is legal but in actuality its legality exists in a legal “grey” area. Prostitutes themselves are free to conduct their business without any sort of legal repercussion. The people who can get ...

    Siesta Fiesta: A Tale of Food and Family

    A travel blog entry by simplydevi on Jun 08, 2012

    3 photos

    ... after lunch. Originally, the practice of taking such a nap came about in places where the climate made it unbearable to work during the hottest part of the day. Eventually, however, it became more of a cultural thing, some embracing it more than others. Of all the countries in Europe, Spain remains one of the few to still value the tradition, and it is seen upheld especially in the southern part of the country as well as smaller towns. To be honest, this ...

    Habits and Customs: Coffee and Beer

    A travel blog entry by nvarner on May 31, 2012

    ... that promote intimate conversation) to the Starbucks model (multiple ways of making coffee, plush seating, brighter lighting, open spaces, and wifi to facilitate studying). I didn’t expect the Europeans to all ditch their existing business model for the American one; however, when I first visited Europe (sometime in 2000), I assumed that twelve years later I would see a greater diffusion of the Starbucks model. I have ...

    Back to the work grind

    A travel blog entry by amymiller93 on May 16, 2012

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... so I went on my balcony and caught the tail end of a fireworks show. Apparently Valencia is known for their fireworks so it was cool to see. There were a few other room that had the same idea of sitting on their balconies to watch!

    Monday, after my Spanish class, I met mom at her hotel. We had lunch at a cute cafe on the way to the City of Arts and Sciences which is the really modern building that shows up immediately when you google Valencia. The architecture ...