Travel Blogs from Valencia
... and enjoy a nice lunch and nap. It is commonly considered disrespectful and rude to rush through a meal. Every crumble of food should be devoured and enjoyed. The concept of taking home the leftovers is not well established. In general, the dining atmosphere is a lot more slow-paced in Portugal and Spain and that is because it creates a familiar and personal atmosphere that enables the individual to enjoy what they are ...
I've been back in Valencia for a few days, and found that I needed a break from travel and time to catch up on just relaxing. Constant travel is hard work.
I found some photos in my camera of the crowds of soccer fans who filled the streets around Santiago Bernabeu ( Rael Madrid's home stadium) on the Saturday night they played in the final of the European Cup which was held in Lisbon. Groups of up to a dozen fans started arriving about lunchtime and by 4pm ...
Before I start I just want to shout out to my girl Diana. Her "Valentine's" blog post was dope and totally what I needed to hear. Check it out. http://continuallywaiting.blogspot.com. es/2014/02/its-crushnot-death-sentence. html
This Valentine's Day I did not have a Valentine. I spent the entirety of the night in my room crying wishing that I wasn't alone. No. This being said, Valentine's day does make us singles ...
One of Eva's goals on holiday was to get to a zoo, so we decided to go to the one in Valencia - mainly because it had African Elephants, and seemed to be reasonably accessible. Like many of the online reviews, we ended up with mixed views of the zoo (Biopark Valencia). It was incredibly easy to walk around (a one-way path, with no hills!) and the animals were close and easy to see and photograph. In fact in the Madagascar display, a ruffed Lemur ...
Its 1pm Thursday lunchtime, the corridors are packed, busy with hungry students patiently waiting to eat. As I enter the dining room the conversation on certain tables seems dominated by Monday's fabulous adventure trip west to the Sierra de Gredos. Year 5 are among the busy eaters as they share the dining room with all Key Stage 2, which presents a great chance for me to catch up with a few of our voyagers ahead of next ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center