Via Valentia

Address: Avenue Cami Del Port, Catarroja, Valencia Province, Valencian Country, 46470, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenue Cami Del Port, Catarroja, is near Oceanografic, El Tajo, Príncipe Felipe Science Museum, and Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia (Palace of Arts).
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Travel Blogs from Catarroja

Travel Day - Valencia to Grenada

A travel blog entry by snitzel63 on Oct 14, 2014

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... castle built in the 12th century. Took some beautiful pictures outside and inside of the areas that the sultans (who were ruling at the time) lived in with fantastic mosaic and wooden features and amazing garden areas around the castle. After walking through the main castle we moved across the outside garden area which was massive to the summer castle which is smaller and overlooks the ...

Something in the Air Here

A travel blog entry by santillana95 on May 31, 2014

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Perhaps it is more symbolic than anything else but I was disappointed that not many people were taking this seriously. That afternoon, we walked by the plaza again and this time, there was a rather large group of women holding pink signs and banners, advocating for abortion, illegal in Spain. This time, it seemed that even fewer people were paying attention to them. This saddened me and reminded me sharply of ...

$2.5 billion for THAT, does it come with a toilet?

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on May 14, 2014

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... million painting the wings before the rust gets to them. The other buildings, while they look amazing from the outside and cost a King's ransom to maintain, are just not practical to run for the purposes to which they were intended. Other than the Aquarium, tagged on to the end of the site, none of the other buildings have been used for much at all. The opera house is the one that looks like the starship enterprise, the next in line is the planetarium, ...

Falla, Falla, Falla!

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Feb 23, 2014

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... as their neighbors. The satirical element was the most important in the beginning, often making fun of people that they hated in very stereotypical, humorous ways. Then the sculptures were burned, giving way to the current tradition of Monuments, Ninots, and the smaller Ninots.
It is impossible for me to describe the Mascletas. I went to the first mascletas of fallas on the 23rd, and it was incredible and exhilarating. Similar to going to a ...

The Spain I Was Hoping For

A travel blog entry by tmm on Oct 03, 2013

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... dance floors, and there, when I asked to exchange my neon blue shooter, I was denied. And so, I drank it. Down the hatch. From there, the night gets foggy. And when I say foggy, I mean black. I would love to be able to tell you the pub crawl was fantastic and you should definitely go. I would love to be able to tell you all Diana and I talked about. Or what other places we went to. Or about all the fun that ensued. But I cannot. Now, you must be wondering if and how I made my flight! ...