Pension El Rincon
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... a plethora of sights to visit and areas to explore. Not only was Madrid culturally unique, it was topographically unique as well. It is completely inland, not a body of surrounding water, and serves as Europe’s highest capital with an altitude of 2100 feet. I smiled as I boarded the train leaving Madrid for Valencia.
“One day, I’ll be back”, I thought. “Until next time, ...
... could sit and relax as well as nearby a number of art works on display which they took pleasure in viewing.
A walk back to their hotel in the late afternoon, was followed by a siesta, dinner and then a late night walk back to the complex for the 'night photos' and a quick walk home just after midnight - yes they had to walk off those baguettes and pastries somehow.
... festivities are all about the women; i.e. all of the events are centered around the woman. I will go into the specific events more as they happen (things like La Ofrenta, Bull Fights, etc.), but as for now, just a brief overview of Fallas, La Crida and Ninots
Fallas, in itself is one big party. If there is one thing the Spaniards know, it is how to party. The main days of Fallas are from March 16-19th, ending with the burning of the Fallas ...
... to end the night chilling with Rune at the Plaza de la Virgen, like old times. But as the night wore on, I was just too tired from the day's activities to head out again.
I only have tomorrow left as the only last full day here in Valencia. It was really nice to live here for 3 weeks. It's such a beautiful city full of kind people. All sorts of people end up in this city...lots from neighboring countries. There's a fun bohemian vibe here, or the ...
... There were a few people waiting in front of me and Tamara so we decided to try our luck at the pool showers. Bingo! I enjoyed the longest hottest shower and afterwards jumped into my tent and had a much needed nap. At 5pm I was woken by my roomie so got ready for the pub crawl we were all going on that night. It started raining quite heavily and by the time we arrived in Valencia it was ******* down by Aussie standards. We all got saturated as we ran up the street to where our ...
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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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.