Hotel Sol Playa

Address: Paseo de Neptuno 56, Valencia, Valencian Country, 46011, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Poblats Maritims area of Valencia, is near Gulliver, Reales Atarazanas, Paraiso Natural (El), and El Machistre.
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    Travel Blogs from Valencia

    Dia de la Playa

    A travel blog entry by alexandra4923 on Jun 18, 2015

    4 photos

    Today Zach and I got a very late start, and decided to head to the beach to check out the beautiful Mediterranean and see how the Spaniards "van a la playa!" It was such a beautiful beach, and very crowded for a Thursday. There were also a ton of topless women, which obviously we expected, but was a culture shock for me none the less. We also got some tasty fresh juices on the beach, mine was apple and orange, and Zach got a passion fruit and mango smoothie. Then, ...

    My Trip with Mom and Bridget in Spain and France

    A travel blog entry by bitty1414 on Mar 27, 2015

    237 photos

    ... the park and doing more shopping, we went back to the hotel to regroup. We walked around say the other two main churches in Barcelona and grabbed some dinner.

    Tuesday: After packing and dropping out stuff off in the car, we went to the Picasso museum, which was very interesting. We then headed to the Sagrada Familia, where we spent over an hour exploring the inside of the building. We then hopped back into the car and headed up to Girona. Girona is ...

    Valencia - you have stolen my heart......

    A travel blog entry by jimbeaux on Sep 13, 2014

    Valencia, Spain

    Santiago Calatrava took an abandoned riverbed (well, actually after a devastating flood the city rerouted the river) and created a "city' dedicated to science. The architecture is breathtaking! Modern, unique and inspired by nature (not unlike Gaudi). Those Spaniards!

    We walked all around the area, but did not go into the Aquarium nor the Museums. The Opera house was closed at that hour, ...

    Cerca a la Mestalla

    A travel blog entry by dmengesha on Jun 20, 2014

    ... the all-day event at the Mestalla is evidence that Spaniards and those that attended are passionate about Christianity. They are passionate enough even to consider going on a walk that is not an integral part of their faith but a reaffirmation of it or a way to strengthen it. I would imagine since this walk is an extremely personal activity to partake in that the people in the stands that day were those that devoutly practice religion. This transect of ...

    Morning Delight, Man Sandals, and Mountaineering

    A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Jun 02, 2014

    3 comments, 27 photos

    ... arrived at the Plaza Reina. From where we entered the plaza we had the perfect view of the Valencia Cathederal. We stood in awe of this magnificent building. As our eyes were drawn skyward Battery Boy was distracted by Video Girl. He turned to observed Video Girl hunched over and swinging her arms in front of her, shouting "The bells, the bells I must climb to the bells!"

    For the small sum of 2 euros we were given the best thigh and buns ...