Ibis Valencia Palacio de Congresos
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- Car rentals
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Business center
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... many old bullrings have been turned into Shopping centres or other businesses. We saw this in Valencia later on in the day.
We left at 8.30 en route for Cuenca. David and I were really enjoying the comfort of the bus and having a break from the demands of driving and figuring out where we were going, parking etc . The bus is very comfortable with lots of leg room and even has wi-fi available. There is that amazing modern day technology ...
... a shame that they will be burned on March 19th. I could fill this entry with information about this part of the festival but I think the link will tell you more...and so here it is:
We arrived in the city as the final touches were being added to the ninots. We wander the streets along with thousands of other visitors viewing ...
Ok so I'm going to try to describe Fallas to you guys, but I might miss some stuff so bear with me. Fallas is a huge celebration in Valencia. It is the third largest festival in the whole world (behind Mardi Gras in New Orleans and Carnival in Rio)!!!! Fallas is a 5 day long festival. This year it went from Sunday March 15 until Thursday March 19. It's a celebration of Saint Joseph technically (his day is the 19th of March), but it is so much more! It ...
... was designed by the famous architect Santiago Calatrava. A bridge we walked on to get to the aquarium reminded me a lot of a bridge I walked on when I visited Jerusalem last summer, and I was excited to find out both bridges were designed by the same architect!
Week one here in Spain is now complete, and I'm still loving every second of being here. I have some more exciting days planned for this upcoming week so stay tuned!
Battery Boy and Video Girl were going to visit the cultural centre of Valencia today. They set off just before 10 am and returned home just after midnight - luckily they had a little afternoon siesta in the middle, like all good Spaniards do !!
Mid morning saw them walking through the wonderful parklands which snaked right through the middle of the city. The parklands were ...