SH Florazar Valencia
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... cities we have been through have had either a port and are coastal towns, or have a river flowing through it. Valencia is the odd one out, as it has no river snaking through its centre separating the old side and new side of the city. It has an enormous green garden snaking through it instead. After we get a map of the city (which was incredible hard to use as the cities main sights are shown on the map with little pictures of the structures on it. The structures on ...
... and restaurants on the strip next to the beach and it automatically caused me to become more excited. People that probably have never met each other began to become friends in support of their teams and were shouting and singing together as each goal was scored. I felt as though everyone was becoming a family in the bar, including the people who were working there that stopped working to watch the game and support their teams. ...
... plus a great big pond in the centre where kids can hire and sail boats. There was also a great playground, however we didn’t have a lot of time to hang out as we needed to get back to catch our shuttle to the airport. We caught the hop-on hop-off bus one more time along The Avenue des Champs-Élysées, past the Arc de Triomphe and on to the Eiffel Tower, etching the memories of these places into our minds as we went. We ...
... in the city square, to the point of making the glass windows shake and your heart feel as if it is about to blow out of your chest. Children with firecrackers and mini fireworks in the street- something which is outrageous to a British eye- a child, with a lighter! Fallas also brings girls and boys, men and women, dressed in Fallera/Fallero outfits. These are stunning, but also very ...
... for this week, we hope to go one night). It was a nice day on Sunday, about 20*C and everyone was out! Tahlia and I were wearing pretty light clothing as we are used to the cooler weather, all the Spaniards were all rugged up in thick coats and scarves. Most people were out walking their dogs or riding their bikes. I didn't take any photo's of the river park but will definitely be going ...