Hotel Zenit Valencia
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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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... via the amazing modern science and arts centre on the river. Not sure why river built on - I assume it was redirected but haven't done research. Visited the local cathedral and walked up 207 steps - the main reason for setting foot in yet another cathedral. Also discovered that the chalice in this cathedral is meant to be the holy grail. Almost had a money Python moment. Views spectacular. Had a great ...
... 30 pm and it was time to get back in the car so that we could get to Malaga before dark. It ended up taking about 5-6 more hours to get to our final destination due the strong winds and multiple stops, so by the time we arrived, it was about 9:30-10pm. We were greeted by our airbnb hosts, Mora and Nani, who showed us where to park the car, gave us a tour of the apartment which included an incredible rooftop terrace, and told us which direction ...
Population 800k, busiest container port on the Mediterranean. Founded in 138 BC. 35 today The Cathedral was started in 1262 but not finished until c18, hence a mix of styles. The water court, the oldest legal institution in Europe is held in one of its doorways every Thursday - sorts out arguments about irrigation of Valencia's plains! Inside the Cathedral however is supposedly the chalice used at the Last supper. I didn't pay to see it. The central ...
Battery Boy and Video Girl were going to visit the cultural centre of Valencia today. They set off just before 10 am and returned home just after midnight - luckily they had a little afternoon siesta in the middle, like all good Spaniards do !!
Mid morning saw them walking through the wonderful parklands which snaked right through the middle of the city. The parklands were ...
... for the students. Hence, the protest. And it was HUGE. Thousands of students, their parents and their pets took to the streets with banners, loud speakers, drums and whistles, yelling songs in Catalan (or Spanish, either way I couldn’t understand!). We watched the protest for a while as Kelly translated some of the banners and then we moved on to Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (The city of Arts and Science). It is a little city, on the outskirts of Valencia, ...