Parador de Alarcon
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... case anyone else got hurt. That's when we left. Also in Spain they eat there diners and lunches really late. There typical lunch time varies and is 2:30-4:00 and there diner varies, are 9:00-12:30. And not only that but they eat and talk for like 3 to 5 hours. When I come back I will have probably gained like 20 pounds! Cause man these spainords know how to eat and cook. And I've had some of the most delicious fruits ever! Well I got to go eat some more! Love you guys - Anya
... with air con. A nice change after the basic hostel room with noisy occupants. We go for a walk to find some lunch. Come across a Spanish restaurant bar called vintara & try traditional Valencian paella. It's chicken, veggies, white beans, rice with saffron etc. cooked in a massive paella pan. Paella is originally from Valencia. Valencia has a warm climate & abundance of seaside resorts & interesting cities. It's a popular Spanish destination but ...
... up river running through the city has been turned into a long jogging/walking path. We were able to use this path to get to the different areas. We checked out the aquarium which is Europe's largest. We weren't too impressed. It wasn't as good as the Boston aquarium or even mystic, but it was a nice way to spend the day since the weather was extremely hot. I loved the beluga whales. They were stuck in a small ...
... closed and then remembered they have siestas. Now why doesn't the rest of the world get in on this? I would love a nap every afternoon how awesome would that be? Eat. Sleep. Sangria. Repeat. New motto. Haha. The Paella was yummy too. Henry and Nicky went to check out the bull arena while me and Em went for ice cream. They said it was pretty cool and they found out that the matadors ...
... of the bus ride will surely wear off, as we will be spending so much time in buses from here on out. We settle into our seats and buckle up for our ride out of Barcelona. The views of the city and its mountains on the outside are incredible. As we drive along sitting directly behind the driver getting a great view of the mountains on the right and the open sea on the left was quite a sight. The drive is uneventful and we arrive in Valencia the home of oranges by ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility