Pension El Rincon

C/ Carda, 11, Valencia, Valencian Country, 46001 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension El Rincon Valencia

Reviewed by ashnbrieurope

Everything you need

Reviewed Jul 23, 2014
by (23 reviews) Geelong , Australia Flag of Australia

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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TripAdvisor Reviews Pension El Rincon Valencia

3.00 of 5 stars Good

Travel Blogs from Valencia

OJ .... Simpson

A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Jul 23, 2014

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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 travel blog entry by laurenursaki on Jul 28, 2014

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Valencia was another great stop on our trip! We were able to spend two full days here. Not as touristy as the other cities we have visited so the language barrier was more prominent. We were lucky to have Mia with us who speaks Spanish fluently! The hostel was awesome - right in the heart of the action, friendly & helpful staff, and decent showers for a change. Valencia is a very clean, beautiful city with a lot going on. ...

Erasmus vs. Study Abroad

A travel blog entry by dmengesha on Jun 15, 2014

Valencia has a more diverse population than I expected it to and very recently it hit me as to why this might be – Erasmus. I have met many tourists- especially Americans- just walking around the historic part of Valencia near our classroom, but I have met even more students from different countries. The second night that we were in Valencia our neighbor introduced himself to us. He was a British student from Coventry University that had been studying in ...

The City of Arts and Sciences, and Tapas

A travel blog entry by katetahls on Feb 05, 2014

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... other off the rocks", it was funny. The Arctic which was an igloo shaped dome that had Beluga whales, there was a huge white one waiting at the gate, he looked sad :(. The Mediterranean, which was a ring of aquariums where we saw many sea creatures including an octopus, there are almost 7,400 specimens in this exhibit. The Oceans, which is the largest tank in the Aquarium and one of the biggest in the world with ...

Something About Moutains

A travel blog entry by mbuckley4 on Jun 30, 2013

... a picture of them together, but I might snoop around the apartment later to see if I can take a picture of a picture. My host mom's oldest son, Pepe, made homemade Valencian paella. It is rice with veggies and seasoning, with some grilled chicken and rabbit thrown in, and it was really really good. Then Yolanda and our host mom taught us how to play Parcheesi, which was a little confusing at first, because it was in Spanish, but I got the hang of it.