Silken Puerta Valencia

Address: Cardenal Belloch 28, Valencia, Valencian Country, 46021, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Camins Al Grau area of Valencia, is near Gulliver, Fallas Museum, Alameda Bridge, and Puente de Calatrava.
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      Travel Blogs from Valencia

      Las Fallas - The Novelty Is Gone

      A travel blog entry by travelingmer on Mar 19, 2015

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      ... but seven days in and I'm ready to move on to Barcelona. I think hope it'll be a little quieter. I expect crowds of course, but not jam packed into one square, shoulder to shoulder, moving as one like a school of spawning salmon. Heedless of direction, just being pulled in what seems like a natural order.

      I am grateful for this experience. The "ninots" that are created for the bonfires are frequently whimsical, sometimes ...

      Swimming in the Med

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 03, 2014

      10 photos

      ... hit the beach and go for a swim. We arrived at the Mediterranean and washed off the sweat in the luke warm water. It really was pretty dirty and the sand was covered in cigarette buts. Everyone seemed to smoke and throw their butts on the sand. The water was murky and very brackish. This didn't seem to worry the crowd as the beach was packed with wall to wall of bronzed bodies in all shapes and sizes, as well as a few red as a lobster out of ...

      Third Week

      A travel blog entry by mbuckley4 on Jun 17, 2014

      ... plot of grass under a bridge. I only slipped and fell in the mud once. Then we went out to a different Irish pub to watch Spain play in the World Cup. The place was packed, and it was really fun to watch the Spanish getting into the game, even if Spain was losing.

      Thursday Spain got a new king! I don't know how big this news was back in the U.S., but it wasn't as big of a deal here as I thought it would be. The problem is that most people don't like/don't want a monarchy ...

      Why in Spain and Not the US (Patient "rankings")

      A travel blog entry by stevenwaugh on Jun 15, 2014

      ... a rare form of cancer is a 9. The system keeps track of these numbers and will re-classify the patient as they get better or worse. Within the internal systems of the hospital are hundreds of “care plans.” Based off of the classification process, doctors will see care plans according to the patient’s severity number and individual care record. ...

      Flamenco @ Cafe del Duende

      A travel blog entry by monica.ng.2013 on Sep 05, 2013

      21 photos

      ... We had pretty decent seats, then halfway through the crowd closed in on us. The male flamenco dancer was phenomenal! I captured the coolest segment of his dance on video. The sangria was like the ones they have at home...bad. All in all, next relaxing night out. The show didn't start till 11:30 at night and lasted till 1. OMG, they are so late here! Vale, buenas noches mis amigos!


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