Ibis Valencia Palacio de Congresos
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- Swimming pool
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... tour was fantastic. We are bused all over Valencia to view the amazing (2) city. The buildings range from 12th C to 19th C and are extremely beautiful. There are narrow winding alleys and restaurants everywhere in main squares. Very old Cathedrals and buildings from the Spanish inquisition. We are then driven to the arts & science area. This is a modern/ futurist area incorporating Museums, Opera House, ...
... The Mosques were torn down and the same site was consecrated and the Cathedral went up. Originally called the Valencia Cathedral it has since taken on the name of the of the Virgin Mary. It is indeed spectacular inside with so much history and again I can only hope my photos do it justice.I have made a little more comment than normal with the photos.
I must admit that I headed in the next morning with really only the Cathedral in my sights and it did not ...
... the end! July brought San Juan festival, which was a crazy evening at the beach full of people creating fires and BBQ´s all over the beach. It was fascinating to see, and the wonderfully colourful hippy market nearby definitely attracted me to do more than just browsing! San Juan symbolises getting rid of all the past year´s bad vibes, so at midnight a mass crowd ran into the sea to jump the waves- utter madness but Valencia is a crazily unique place! ...
... In the grocery store you have to pay to get a plastic bag. There are large glass bottle dispensers all over the cities of Lisbon and Valencia, and people actively use them. Finally, people do not unnecessarily use lights and air conditioning here. The stairwells in buildings do not tend to have lights that are constantly on, the lights in public bathrooms are motion activated, and people keep the lights and air conditioning off in their apartments unless it is necessary. All ...
... and I have worn my jandals. I adjust my walking style so I am a complete creep tottering around trying not to slip over. I try hochata at the local market. It is tiger nut juice. Not the animal but the nut. Just to clarify.
I see the Holy Grail at the cathedral I have to spend €5 to get a boring audio guide. The chalice was set apart and behind layers of glass so ...