Petit Palace Bristol

Address: 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

    City that holds the Holy Grail.

    A travel blog entry by debnsam on Apr 01, 2015

    A small sleep in this morning and as we are now in the Mediterranean, no more rocking and creaking as the ship sails through the night. We had breakfast and watched the Spanish coast on our port side from our balcony. The port of Valencia is large, the pilot was aboard very easily and the berthing of the ship was well done and interesting to watch as the ship had to be negotiated through 2 groins.

    Discovery of the Holy Grail

    A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Jan 26, 2015

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    Happy Australia Day from Valencia!!!!! What a gorgeous city Valencia is, third largest city in Spain and truly lovely. We are 6 kms from Valencia so a bus ride is €1.50ea and approx 15 minutes to the heart of the city. We spent the first day taking a holiday from our holiday lol, doing domestic stuff like washing and cleaning and just chilling, taking in the beautiful Spanish sunshine. The weather here has been glorious and ...

    A half completed city

    A travel blog entry by pandar on Sep 26, 2014

    28 photos

    ... camp and burgeoned out, the river kept making an impact on the city by regularly flooding and receding taking houses and buildings from the lower areas, although some floods had the city under 1.5m or 4ft of water. So houses were rebuilt with new architecture on old, a mix of styles near each other and then we have the conquests. Each time the city was captured by the differing peoples and cultures, there was another change. Muslim or Arab influences and ...

    Beautiful Valencia...!

    A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Nov 11, 2013

    47 photos

    ... water, tea, coffee and Valencia oranges, dozens of them, for juicing and eating! It was centrally located so we could walk everywhere, never having to move our cars out of the provided parking (whew!).

    Food-wise: Landon made a delicious eggplant, zucchini & cheese dish for snacks one day, and D and I attempted to go to Casa Roberto, a famous paella restaurant ...

    Valencia vs Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Sep 01, 2013

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    ... and singing with each other and there was a cool buzz in the air! We stopped at a restaurant by the stadium where a girl was selling cans of beer for €1, so we bought a couple of those and had a drink and a chat with a group of guys. They had no English but we were able to communicate by saying "Go Valencia!!" After a couple of beers we headed up to the stadium and walked around through the very excited crowd to find our gate, then ...