Pension El Rincon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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 …
... the whole event and said that apparently the first bull we had seen was the most gruesome. We also discussed some of the horrible and sad events we have witnessed in our jobs as Police Officers, and yet we put on our 'professional hats' and soldier on stoically - just concentrating on our work. And yet how quickly were we affected at witnessing the bullfight?
It was good to hear that Barcelona and other areas of Spain have now banned ...
Ok so I'm going to try to describe Fallas to you guys, but I might miss some stuff so bear with me. Fallas is a huge celebration in Valencia. It is the third largest festival in the whole world (behind Mardi Gras in New Orleans and Carnival in Rio)!!!! Fallas is a 5 day long festival. This year it went from Sunday March 15 until Thursday March 19. It's a celebration of Saint Joseph technically (his day is the 19th of March), but it is so much more! It ...
... is kinda tight so we went to the supermarket for dinner and snacks for tomorrow. We came our with half the shop for leer then €15 we got prosciutto, salami, mozzarella, aoli, rolls, pastries and a bag of about 15 plain croissants and 15 chocolate ones. We then went home and ate our selves sick and still had all the croissants left over. Something I ate didn't agree with me tho cos I was on the toilet a few times that night and lucky Adrian is a heavy sleeper cos it wasn't very ...
... were able to park in a garage with a 1.9 meter clearance. This time, it wasn’t the height as much as the length that concerned me. Turning around and through the narrow pillars of the garage definitely kept us on the nervous side (how did the Muslims build such huge open rooms like the Alhambra over 1,000 years ago, and we can’t even get a parking garage with average width today?)
From the garage, we climbed up the stairwell ...