Don Pablo

Address: C/ Devesa, 20, Gandia, Valencian Country, 46730, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on C/ Devesa, 20, Gandia.
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    Travel Blogs from Gandia

    Stopover in Morayra - Escale à Morayra

    A travel blog entry by karele on Jun 01, 2015

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    ... opulentes. We are on the anchor for the night in a charming little bay. On the way we have seen Benidorm and have seen high rise after high rise along the coast. It is with delight that we come across this little bay where there aren't any tall building but instead lovely big ...

    Beach Time

    A travel blog entry by mollytara.spain on Jun 29, 2013

    16 photos

    ... 2 beds each, as well as 2 pull-out sofas in the main living room and a tiny kitchen.

    We then met the other family coming for the weekend - Juan and Ana and their children Mateo (6), Olivia (4), and baby Emma (8 months). You could tell that they are ¨buena gente¨ (good people).

    We all got ready and headed to the beach. It was funny because after Molly and I put on our swimsuits, Nuria said something to the ...

    The Young, and The Wise

    A travel blog entry by sweetescapes on Sep 30, 2012

    362 photos

    ... on me. :) He was going to do a 4D exam to see if we could see Sofia's face. He tried three different times, but we could not get Sofia to show her face :( At least we saw her. He said she was completely healthy and growing just on schedule. After wards they brought us back to the center of Valencia so we could walk around. We stopped to eat. I don't recall the name the of the restaurant but it was awesome. Instead of paying by plate, you walk around and choose everything you want ...

    Half way there!

    A travel blog entry by annikalynn on Mar 22, 2009

    ... on the ground explode and also mini fire crackers that when they left on the street exploded and make massive amounts of noise. Im pretty sure my nerves were shot after that day (as well as my ear drums). At midnight they burned the paper mache sculptures, which was neat but it basically rained ashes throughout the night which was difficult with my contacts. Oh ya and in Valencia i hands down had the best Paella ive ever had AND ordered an ...

    La Tomatia, ah the tomato fight

    A travel blog entry by hastie on Sep 01, 2006

    Valencia we spent 4 nights in Vealencia and 4 nights of flat out partying it was. So everyone in Valencia this time of year where all there for 1 reason and 1 reason only the tomato fights. We rocked into our hostel 2 days before the La Tomatia and went straight to the common room as this is the best way to meet everyone and find out what happens in the town. We rolled in and there is 2 Irish guys there Mick and Derrek who had been there a few days. So over a couple ...