Hotel Zenit Valencia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Zenit Valencia
Great hotel just opposite the station. This hotel is within walking distance to absolutely everything. No need to get a cab - a short walk from the station and you are right at the door of the hotel!
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... As well as many colourful fish, sharks, beluga whales, with their cheeky little dolphin like faces, seals and many other colourful sea creatures there was also a wetlands aviary with flamingos and other bird life. There is amazing modern architecture in the area near the aquarium with massive buildings and structures that could only be described as grand. We found a tapas restaurant about 50 metres walk from our hotel. The ...
... a couple of amazing sand castle creations. One of the Last Supper and the other of an old building. The guy who did the Last Supper told me it took him I month to complete. Another amazing thing was the beach would have to be the widest beach in the world. At least a couple of hundred metres from the water to the promenade. We settled on a restaurant and had a great feed of Mussels and then the most delicious seafood Paella ever washed down with a few beers and a jug of ...
Arrived at La Col Vert Campsite (£11) for a much needed three day stop. We were given a discount on the rates because the bar wasn't open yet, but that was fine by us. We parked up and soon headed into Valencia for a look around. We only really wanted a meal so quickly found somewhere to sample the local vino. Headed back and have now started reading 'An Unfinished Gift By Dan Walsh’ (thanks Pam). The nights are certainly getting ...
... in studying abroad in Europe, you're most likely going to want to travel to other areas in the continent because it's pretty easy to do so. I would suggest using hostels as a place to stay since they are a.) cheap and b.) a great way to get to know other people doing the same thing as you!
Our 10-person group shared a 12 person hostel room for three days with two awesome British guys who were also traveling to experience ...
... in the immediate vicinity, plus those trying to get past, drenching us all. It was cold water and actually hilarious watching people get pummeled unexpectantly with the water but it went on for ages and we all started to freeze. On top of that the sky was getting darker and darker. It looked like a storm was brewing and there was even a bit of thunder too. We asked someone around us what the time was and they said 9:30am. We couldn't believe it!!! The fight wasn't scheduled to ...