Renasa Hotel

Address: Avenida Catalunya 5, Valencia, Valencian Country, 46010, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Catalunya 5, Valencia, is near Puente de Calatrava, Alameda Bridge, Jardines de Monforte, and Museum of Natural Science (Museo de Ciencias Naturales).
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    Travel Blogs from Valencia

    Oranges - Paella & more :)

    A travel blog entry by annieallison on Jun 08, 2015

    4 comments, 30 photos

    ... ago after growing tired of the 'boys club’ mentality and politics. As she said, it was worse dealing with that than the crooks on the outside. Hmmm I can relate! She has 2 daughters aged 22 and 24 and lives between the Gold Coast and Darwin where she helps her partner run a busy shed building business. It seems many people live in large sheds in Darwin, as this is permitted and you can have a nice home for around $70,000. Apparently though ...


    A travel blog entry by bitty1414 on Mar 15, 2015

    74 photos

    ... best lights and had shows every half an hour at night.

    The final day of Fallas is called La Crema, which is when they burn all the fallas!!! This was absolutely amazing. Imagine this huge falla in front of you that is probably 6 stories high, and then they burn it. It was crazy to say the least. It all ends in the Plaza de Ayuntameinto (by town hall), where they burn the last falla and set off fireworks.

    Needless to say it was a crazy ...

    Swimming in the Med

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 03, 2014

    10 photos

    An amazing drive today from Granada to Valencia in some of the driest country we have seen since Namibia. Kilometres and kilometres of cork tree plantations and barren landscape with amazing rock formations and canyons, then you drop down into an irrigated valley with olive trees, citrus and grapes made for an interesting spectacle. How they farm this country year after year with little or no water was very intriguing. Some of the houses were ...

    The All American Road trip through Spain

    A travel blog entry by heiner6 on Jul 12, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... gas station, hooked up to their wifi, contacted Roxy and made fresh plans. The toughest part of the day was breaking the news to Roxy and the kids that we were not going to connect yet. Roxy chalked it up to Heiner issues, she knows us quite well, but our kids are still learning. They cried for a bit but we promised that we would be close enough tomorrow that nothing could keep us from Roxy! The big question is....did we ever make it to Banyoles? Stay tuned!

    Chit Chat at a Bus Stop

    A travel blog entry by santillana95 on Jun 27, 2014

    2 photos

    ... I know most people back in the states would reserve for only close friends and family. To compound this fascination, two of these people had just met the third person. This reinforced my perception of the Spanish as much more "abierto", that is open, about most matters. However, I will add a condition to this. I believe this openness is limited to people of their own city and perhaps so far as their own generation. Nevertheless, it is a worthy trait to consider and continue to observe. ...