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TravelPod Member ReviewsPrimus Valencia
Paid top dollar, but unfortunately it wasn't quite all that.
Nice hotel don't get me wrong, but not all that, the staff at reception were great, very helpful. The public areas of the hotel were very good, well except for the bar where they just didn't seem to want to serve you. They had a highly developed skill of looking around without seeing you.
Breakfast was good, plenty there, and plenty of choice.
Too expensive for what it was tho
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Had booked a week off with Polly, so got here a day early so I could check in, and then pick her up from the airport on the bike.
Just as I stopped outside the hotel I noticed I had my tiny oil leak from the drive shaft, so had to find a dealer during this week and get the bike sorted while I had some down time.
Checked in and the room wasn …
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... the bull. In the end we found out the bull gets killed which Kate did not like very much and if he fails to do it first time he gets booo and doesn't get raised on the shoulders of the crowd out of the arena.
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So we got up early this morning to begin the volunteering. We met Lucia, one of the conservation workers at the Albufera Natural Park, just near our house. She took us to the park where we were given an introduction to the park and the projects they are doing to help restore the natural habitat in the park. The Albufera Natural park holds the largest lake in Spain and is one of the most important wetland areas. The lake used to cover most of the parklands but man ...
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