How has this hotel rated in the past?
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
Photos of Hotel Sicania
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sicania Cullera
Travel Blogs from Cullera
... school to start. Topics include slavery, how to rebuild classic cars, more accurate
quotes of our favorite show “the flight of the concords”, why New Zealand isn’t
all that important, what cult films are, the rise and inevitable fall of superpowers,
the realities of business, and family. Che usually initiates these
conversations with a pointed question that comes out of the ether. These starters
are usually along ...
... improve the quality of care and reduce costs. However, there are populations of providers in rural areas completely content with “the way things are,” and don’t want any part in new technologies. The huge gap in mindset holds back provider associations from lobbying for new technological advancements as only half of their member roles are seeking the developments themselves. The call to action is not strong enough for meaningful change. ...
... The place needs a facelift and a tummytuck, but even that might not improve the old girl. On the plus side it is only half an hour by train from Valencia and although it was cool and overcast and empty on the day we visited, I have been told that the beaches can get crowded with people in the middle of summer.
It was a really steep and winding hill that took us up to the first stop, which was the ...
... 20 minutes walk from the apartment) to have lunch and see some of the local sights, including the Cathedral, the Silk Exchange and the Bull Ring.
The kids were keen to do a bit of souvenir shopping with Liam adamant he was getting a Barcelona jersey with "Messi" on the back. A few places had them so he purchased one of the cheaper ones...he's been wearing it all day today (Wednesday).
While in town we had some lunch ...
... varieties and regions ... enough to make your eyes spin like roulette wheels. We have found many great wines both red and white. Most are good, some we tasted were sublime. The good ones were inexpensive, €2 to €5, the sublime ranged upwards.
4. Each region has a fortified wine..walnuts, raisins, and special blends of herbs like those in vermouth. These have often been worth pursuing.
5. The French of course have brandies of all sorts. The couple I ...