Petit Palace Bristol

L'Abadia de San Martin 3, Valencia, Valencian Country, 46002, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Ciutat Vella area of Valencia, is near Cathedral (Seu), Plaza Ayuntamiento, Barrio del Carmen, and Santa Catalina Church (Iglesia de Santa Catalina).
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    Travel Blogs from Valencia


    A travel blog entry by laurenursaki on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    Erasmus vs. Study Abroad

    A travel blog entry by dmengesha on Jun 15, 2014

    ... programs between universities foster a type of relationship and connection amongst the countries themselves. I, also, like the fact that both study abroad and Erasmus put into place the idea that international experience is important in the growth of an individual. Both were established fairly recently. Erasmus became widely adopted in 1994, and studying abroad did not become highly encouraged and popular until very recently as well ...

    Fireworks and feeling the fire

    A travel blog entry by billiejago on Mar 24, 2014

    1 comment

    ... sight to see.
    Fallas is about designing and making tall statues, and burning them at the 'Crema', which is the last day of Fallas.

    It was a great experience, with street vendors galore, and the traditional food being Churros in chocolate! A sugary overload.
    I made the most of every day, but also took a trip down to Benidorm to visit my Mother. It had more culture than Britain, to say the least.
    English Breakfasts, tattoos and body ...

    No Churches or Cathedrals today (Helen)

    A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jun 15, 2013

    8 photos

    ... only came in a 1 litre jug so had a beer instead (not many of you have seen that). Should Bruce have sacrificed the beer and gone for the jug of Sangria?

    Lunch came with its own entertainment. We were along side the park that replaced the river (see last blog) and the police were there making up their quotas. They had all the cars along one side of the road towed away and all the cars parked in the middle of the road towed ...

    Keeping our Cool in a Cool City

    A travel blog entry by 4inworld on Nov 24, 2012

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... million people) we were all very excited about living in the heart of a fast paced place.

    Our apartment is on the tenth floor of a ten story building right in the center - a couple of blocks from "old town" and to give you an idea of how touristy our area is - you know those cooky double Decker tour buses with the open top filled with people with cameras strung over their necks and shoulders? Yes, well several of those drive right up and down our street. Our apartment ...