Ibis Valencia Palacio de Congresos
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- Car rentals
- Drycleaning onsite
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
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We left Madrid first thing and headed to Attoche railway station to catch a Renfe bullet train to Valencia. Spanish train network is now apparently one of the best in the world and easy to see why. Our trip to Valencia took just under 2 hours at a top speed of around 300 km/hr. On arrival it's a taxi to our Apartment, again organised through Airbnb and located in Plaza Pilar about 600m from the old city centre. A great location, but an apartment that needs a bit of TLC. Not even ...
... depot, our feet were sore so we stopped for a mini-break at a bus stop bench. I started looking at an advertisement posted on the bus stop. It was in English and was advertising a room for rent in the center of Valencia. Who knows? Maybe it will be our next permanent home!
We are where we are meant to be. Valencia didn't want us to leave! Maybe the city loves us just as much as we love it ;)
Peace & Love,
Michele & Sauce
Capítulo 5- Vamos a la Playa!
Excursion number two on my semester abroad took me to Valencia, Spain, a city well known for it's beautiful beaches, original birthplace of paella, and the largest aquarium in all of Europe. Naturally, while here, I made sure I got the chance to experience all of these things and more!
We left Thursday by Madrid metro, and then by bus to Valencia and got in kinda late to our hostel. For those of ...
... fact, that it doesn’t have road markers or “Welcome” signs.
In my previous ‘Spain’ life, I fell in love with the northern area of the country, País Basco, Cantabria, Astorga, but mostly Galicia. Most people only know of one city in Galicia, Santiago de Compostela. The mere mention of “Santiago” normally conjures up images of hikers walking along “The Camino” (the main route starts ...
... year, and I wish that I could partake in such an activity while I am here to get a feel for what true Spanish bull-fighting is like versus the rodeo back home in Georgia. The train station looked quiet festive and it reminded me of Christmas on the outside walls for some odd reason, but inside there were hundreds of people scrambling around, and I don't really know why because it is no longer an acting train station. Anyhow, we stood there gazing and taking pictures for a while ...