Hotel Sol Playa

Address: Paseo de Neptuno 56, Valencia, Valencian Country, 46011, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Poblats Maritims area of Valencia, is near Gulliver, Reales Atarazanas, Golondrinas del Puerto (Las), and Paraiso Natural (El).
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      Travel Blogs from Valencia

      A half completed city

      A travel blog entry by pandar on Sep 26, 2014

      28 photos

      ... and sporting areas. They have placed their zoo on a piece, the Arts and Science centre on a part as well, but is it finished? that is up to an opinion. Some places are very well done and maintained, but there are some parts that just look like they need something to finish it off. The Arts centre is a massive building made of cement and a bit of glass. It looks interesting in the architecture of the building, but being an Arts and Science centre, you ...

      OJ .... Simpson

      A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Jul 23, 2014

      18 photos

      ... grass in front of Catedral and enjoy some more Spanish omelette and a fresh punnet of ginormous strawberries we snagged from the market. I head to the maccas and change into more comfortable shorts and the relief I felt taking off those pants was unbelievable. After a quick walk shadow hopping to the centre of arts and science we head into the science museum and spend a couple hours there. The science museum is set up just like science works and has a whole spread ...

      Spanish Culture

      A travel blog entry by lgeddis on Jun 30, 2014

      ... Bullfights are a historical tradition of Spain, and they are meant to show the dominance of the bullfighters over the bulls.
      But one thing the Spanish culture also puts emphasis on is taking it easy. The Spanish are not particularly fond of working 24/7, quite contradictory to how American culture is. Hence, there is the siesta. The siesta during the day is when you can find many shops closed, and the streets are emptier. It is this time that Spaniards leave their work to ...

      Top 10s of Spain!

      A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Apr 18, 2014

      ... the beach.
      3) Running in the riverbed
      4) Riding Valenbisi around Spain, without a direction or prerogative.
      5) the maids! I love my maids, they are some of my favorite people.
      6) Shopping at the central market
      7) The incredible weather - never too hot, never too cold. Sunny and perfect.
      8) Playing soccer in the park every Tuesday
      9) Oddly enough, classes. For a lot of my classes instead of doing work we would do stuff ...

      Lost Luggage :(

      A travel blog entry by katetahls on Jan 11, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... came around and said "That's it, no more luggage, if you don't have your bags you have to make a claim". Ergh! How annoying. So we found the lost baggage desk to make our claim. We were second in line behind a Spaniard
      who was very angry. I had all intentions of learning a bit of spanish before I left but I left it too late. I heard her say Maņana which I knew to be tomorrow and this freaked me out a bit as I didn't want to wait ...