RH Bayren Hotel & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... that we would end up at McDonald’s which was in the opposite direction to our hostel. I bit my lip for the rest of the walk until the side street lead us out directly next to….McDonald’s! Woohoo, victory in terms of proving my navigational skills, but not so victorious in terms of getting home as we now had to walk back to the hostel.
Our last day in Valencia consisted of some light shopping where we found out that ...
... much smoking pot and playing frisby.
So a good think to remember back at home is that when you buy Valencian oranges, they most likely have been handled by a dirty dirty hippie. One of them told us that the orange skins have petrol inside them… which also we imagine is another way for him to get a good high.
They were heaps funny, we hung out with them until it was far too cold. ...
... ourselves backwards, ˝ off the ledge so we could reach back and kiss the stone. It was scarier then in looked as I’m not really bothered by heights but the leaning back part was a bit unnerving. We had some really fun nights out and met a great bunch of people. It was a southern Island trip (with Paddywagon tours) so now I’m really wanting to go back and do the North trip. Not sure when I’ll get the chance tho.
So now, ...
... from the hotel. Neither of us spoke much Spanish and so had to rely on the waiter for some help with the menu. We ended up with a platter of fish, with about five different varieties, but that was it, no salad, no rice or chips. We asked for salad but nothing came and so ate our way through the platter as best we could!
The following day was much the same, beach, relax, sun, sea, beer, supper (this time from a burger bar ...
So let us make it deep! Woke up at seven and spent the whole day traveling: bus to Praha's airport; delayed plane to Barcelona; crossing the city by bus; train to Valencia; another train to Algemesí. Arriving at 22h I was obviously very tired, but I came to visit Juanjo (who was my first guest in hospitality club), and if you have ever met Juanjo you know that being tired means ...