Hotel Zenit Valencia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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... from it all. I talked to a nice lad today who said he needed time to contemplate his next move. What I wonder is where do these guys get all the money to pack their bags and travel around Europe for six months? Nevertheless, more power to them.
Today is sweltering and I've just had my second shower of the day. It's a toasty 33 degrees out there, but my fan is on high and the cool breeze coming in my windows here in the apartment have certainly helped me cool down. ...
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... and locals alike applauded as the men shuffled back through the crowd and disappeared from the Plaza. The whole ordeal had taken under fifteen minutes. I was left wondering why an ancient tradition like this one remains in place today. Certainly, the irrigation systems in the city are far more advanced than those of the Moorish inhabitants in the 700’s. Since Jaime I’s time, the governments of Spain and Valencia have ...
... a drumline, composed of about 20 people of all ages, sizes, races, genders, you name it, they were there. There is something animalistic about a drum line that draws someone to it. The beating, the wildness, the dancing. I fell in love.
La banda is just the beginning. I have to say the biggest surprise was the fireworks. I didn't realize what my teacher meant when he said the streets would be a "war zone". Fireworks here are ...
... and spent six weeks volunteering in Kilimanjaro, she had quite a few Swahili words up her sleeve, but was not so happy when I asked if she was from North or South Korea! By the third bar I had Tom on the dance floor to his dismay and the easy girls/guys were hooking up. By the forth bar I think that almost everyone was hammered or into someone, however we didn't actually know, as being the married couple we are, we had already left! The fifth bar will always remain ...