Pension El Rincon
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension El Rincon Valencia
Very basic and really quite cheap. The rooms are hot this time of year however you are able to leave the balcony doors open and hope that the locals don't get to noisy after dark.
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Hey y'all. How are we doing. Where did I leave off. Ah yes Early hours of a Barcelona morning we get up and head off to our bus pickup point and wait for our bus to move us onwards to our next destination. We get a little excited to finally be starting this leg of the journey as the majority of our transport is taken care of. It makes It’s a …
... a Red tour bus to get a tourists view. The bus took us around the city and delivered us to the Arts and Science centres, which are some very unique architectural buildings indeed. The new bridge and the aquarium across the road make the whole area a modern conglomeration of arty chicness, just seems not quite there...
The gardens inside the closest building to where we alighted the bus were nice and some only open to parties or receptions of some kind. ...
... whales! We also saw a dolphin show which was very cool. For one of our dinners we went to an authentic Spanish restaurant recommended by our hostel to try paella, a popular Spanish seafood rice dish. We had been looking forward to this meal all trip but were a little disappointed. Not sure if we're just not used to the taste or if it was actually bad. Either way, I'm glad I tried it! We spent a day on the beach. Even ...
... sector of economic advantage was looked into. From some research on the main exports of Portugal, I have found them to be refined petroleum, cars, vehicle parts, and uncoated paper (atlas.media.mit.edu/country/prt/). However, the one commodity I remember being mentioned in more than one of the Observatario Politico “talks” as the most valued in Portugal was cork. Walking in and out of shops in Lisbon has served as evidence ...
... in me would suffer for being fixed in one place too long.
People always ask me, "When will you stop travelling?" "When will you settle?" and my response is always "Why should I?"
This answer still rings true, for what is 'settling'? Is it the 9 to 5 Monday to Friday scenario? Is it meeting someone and starting a family? Or is it finding the place that makes me happiest, wherever that may be?
Settling has a different meaning ...