ZT Valencia Park

Address: Calle Botiguers 49, Paterna, Valencia Province, Valencian Country, 46980, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Calle Botiguers 49, Paterna, is near Metro de Valencia (El), Cullera, El Almudin, and Parque de Benicalap.
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    Travel Blogs from Paterna

    Valencia

    A travel blog entry by valfinucane on Mar 19, 2015

    16 photos

    ... the Pacific and how Elcano became the first to circumnavigate the world as Magellan died on the way. It has stopped raining so we continue on to the completed Pilar, the square has the fragrance of carnations there are so many. The floral displays from each of the districts impressive too. The mascleta (gunpowder concert) in the Town Hall square is the loudest yet and at times during ...

    It's About the Journey, Not the Destination

    A travel blog entry by bethanymuller on Sep 19, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... yesterday, as a free-be, to try it out. I drew a lion. We all drew the same lion; it was part of a lesson on shading and it was really fun. I’ll show you my picture. Before the lesson the teacher commented that what was important was the process we were practicing, not the product, which is really just another way of saying, it’s the journey that counts, not the destination.

    Hope you all are well!

    Un abrazo,

    Bethany





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    Trapped in McDonalds as the virgin passed by....

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on May 11, 2014

    2 comments, 47 photos

    ... tiny dried up stream for most of the year but every 50 years or so a major flood like this happened.
    So their solution was to build a wall across the riverbed and divert the river to a newly constructed riverbed running along the southern side of town where flooding would not be an issue. This left them with a 200m wide riverbed surrounding the city for 12km in length, which they turned into sportsgrounds and parks and the amazing futuristic complex of ...

    Finally off to Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Nov 25, 2013

    ... train to Sagrada Familia, our stop, and come up from underground to Gaudi's basilica, right there. We motor on through two streets to the address and are met by the urbane Frederic, our host. He takes us up in the antique lift, stacked in like a tetrus puzzle, to the fifth-floor apartment and shows us the workings. It's a recently renovated apartment and was a great pick by Jan as the last spot, our home for the next 6 days.

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    Tommy-Tina and the Frat Monkey

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Aug 29, 2013

    14 photos

    ... and went to a little cocktail bar called La Casa Blanca for a drink while we waited. We had some beers and the others had some cocktails and we had a chat before heading back to the restaurant, Palacio de la Bellota, at 8. We had an amazing dinner, with so much food!!! The rest of the crew started with an entree of Iberian Ham, which is apparently the most delicious thing ever, and we had lots of breads and olives too. We ordered some wine and all shared that. Then we got the ...