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TravelPod Member ReviewsPrimus Valencia
The hotel itself is quite modern and the staff is fantastic. The room left a little to be desired. The air conditioning did not work well and the wifi connection was horrible (important when trying to keep up a travel blog :-))
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Getting around has been phenomenal. Cabs are cheap, buses are very accessible, and most appreciated, the aforementioned pedestrian friendly infrastructure. Today, we found out how easy it is to travel by train. We strolled into the station in Barcelona, not knowing a whole lot of Spanish, and found ourselves on the first train to Valencia. It was a …
... the idea that Portugal had very few practical commodities to offer its citizens or people of other countries that wanted to barter their possessions. His critical commentary on Portugal’s contribution to the war made me think to the sessions of Observatario Politico that critiqued Portugal’s economy and the exports it had to offer. My thoughts are that Portugal has remained stagnant economically due to the strict regime ...
... yet there comes a time when I also remember that every place I have ever been has made me happy, and wonder have I found the place I am looking for yet. Will I ever?
Making a spontaneous decision is an easy thought for me, yet making plans for longer than the next 6 months seem beyond the bounds of possibility. My thoughts then turn into these words, a release and escape before the conclusion is come to.. To travel, or to stay?
... day so we went into the city to go to the central market, which is a huge fresh food market, it was very busy. Apparently it is crazy on a Saturday. We got some yummy fruit and a pizza slice for lunch from a bakery. There are so many pastries in Valencia!
For the rest of the day we just relaxed as we are very tired from the uncomfortable beds. I booked the rest of our flights and accommodation for dog sledding ...
... br> The old roman wall has mostly disappeared but a few very large gates still stand. Now that we are heading further south we are starting to see some remnants of the occupation by the Moors who crossed the straits of Gibraltar in 711 and remained in control until finally ousted 800 years later. In Turkey we saw churchs that had been turned into mosques and here we are seeing mosques that have been converted into churches. The Moors brought lots ...