Posadas de Espana Paterna

Address: Leonardo Da Vinci s/n, Paterna, Valencia Province, Valencian Country, 46980, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Leonardo Da Vinci s/n, Paterna, is near Metro de Valencia (El), Cullera, El Almudin, and Parque de Benicalap.
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    Travel Blogs from Paterna

    Moved into Spain

    A travel blog entry by euroyear on May 14, 2015

    14 comments, 58 photos

    ... the river Ebro the Cathedral was very large. Walked back to the city in the evening for a drink. Next day carried on to Daroca an old walled town with cobbled narrow streets. Stayed on two proper sites one in the hills at Navajas and on the coast at Pucol. We are now having a rest from the van and staying at a villa just out of Villar del Arzobispo for a few days. ...

    Peatones and the pearly gates

    A travel blog entry by bethanymuller on Oct 13, 2014


    "Peatones" means pedestrians in Spanish. It is one vocabulary word that Che Anya will never forget because they scream it 2 or 3 times when we drive into Valencia. Peatones in Spain are protected by cross walks. The crosswalks here are so secure you could compare them to the first five steps through the pearly gates. When the pearly gates open, your worries are over, starting with your first step, and there is no need to look this way or that for deadly automobiles. This sense ...

    How does history affect an economy?

    A travel blog entry by caseybennett18 on Jun 29, 2014

    ... Juan Carlos was gifted the Spanish Monarchy. The next year Spain began transitioning to a parliamentary monarchy. Both of these dictatorships hindered the economies of Portugal and Spain. The novel The Shadow of the Wind is a contemporary novel that takes place under the Franco regime. It is praised as a satire and holds subtle references to the Franco regime. One of the characters is an inspector who is constantly looking over the shoulder ...

    Valencia: A City Full of Surprises

    A travel blog entry by jamesupdike on Mar 07, 2014

    77 photos

    ... fondling each other. The appetizer turned out to be potatoes with eggs, vegetables, and little black balls. Madeleine thought she knew what they were after she tried one, but didn't want to tell us before we ate them. After we all tried them, she told us that she thought they were fried pigs blood. Blood. Yum. Actually, I thought they tasted pretty good. Interesting start to our meal. When the paella came out, it smelled and looked delicious. It fried balls ...

    First day of Volunteering

    A travel blog entry by katetahls on Jan 15, 2014

    7 photos

    ... rice paddies all along the outskirts of the lake making it smaller and smaller, and due to the water run off from the rice fields it has turned from a salt water lake into a fresh water lake that is very polluted by the run off from the towns and the pesticides used on the farms. The park is about 50,000 acres and the lake covers about 100 acres. One of the main jobs of the conservation project is to clean the water of the lake by pumping it through green ...