Hotel Zenit Valencia
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... it. I bought some shoes from a man who I couldn't understand & we had trouble communicating. Resorting to sign language was the easiest. We catch the bus back to town & head to the chocoletria I found near the restaurant where we had lunch. It's traditional churros dipped in hot chocolate for me & a chocolate volcano for Grant. He has trouble communicating with the waitress for water. Pointing at the menu is the only thing that works in the ...
... Portuguese influence is there. With the recent uprising of the opposition, Venezuela is on the brink of becoming a safe market to invest in and having connections to the Portuguese population here will allow any company to take advantage of the natural resources Venezuela has. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, as of 2012 Venezuela had the second largest oil reserves in the world; a resource which is highly valued today and in any foreseeable future. ...
... them together. It's pretty amazing to think how much work goes into them. You could also see some being spray painted with the finishing touches. There was a Falla right in front of where we were staying. Each location that had the structured had a big one then a small one (child one).
Las Fallas is also know for the fireworks and firecrackers that constantly go off. Little kids are continuously throwing firecrackers everywhere. At 8am, ...
... s dog Eduardo came with us and was helping out (or so he thought). We had to clean up three gates and then went back to the shed to get Sickles so we could cut down the reeds blocking the entrance to the last gate.
The park does not have a lot of wildlife, mostly birds. There weren't many invertebrates in the water or insects but this may have been because it is winter here. There are turtles and frogs in the water but because of the season they did not ...
... surrounded by vast fountains and boulevards. The buildings were really astonishing. We hanged out there for an our or so, took many pictures and really enjoyed the surroundings.
The weather was extremely hot. High twenties/low thirties with some nice breeze coming from the sea. By then we were quite tired. A Museum of Belles Artes about 2km north was a good way to cool down. The contents of of the museum were mostly paintings and ...
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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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