- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Meal plan
Photos of Don Pablo
TripAdvisor Reviews Don Pablo Gandia
Travel Blogs from Gandia
... 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 ...
... We laughed, they drank, and reminisced of times spent. We drove around the center of Valencia showing us all the beautiful buildings and churches through out. Driving us through the nightlife where the streets are filled with people out till 4 or 5 in the morning. After a long day we went home where they had prepared a room for us to stay in with everything we needed.
With the early morning came Sebastian's birthday! Everything is usually closed on Sundays in Valencia ...
... br> inside, as you can tell from the pictures. The most interesting thing on
the first floor were simple science explanations of Marvel action heros.
The third floor had lots of neat little exhibits about the human body. One
had a huge tank of water and scale you stand on. Then it fills the tank up
with how much water is in your body. Another checked your blood pressure
and had scales for what it should be, and another tested your balance on ...
... three euro in a pari of swimming goggles to protect my eyes from the acidic juice flying everywhere. I have no pictures of the craziness. I took nothing with me (except some cash), especially not my camera. Turns out that was a good move. After an hour of mayhem I was drenched in seeds and juice and bits of tomato skins. It was pure fun. I didn't know that once the cannon went off signaling the end of the battle that it was tradition to rip the shirts off of the girls ...
... a park with running and cycling routes. It is a great part of the city. The reason for our visit to Valencia was to catch up with a few friends and go to the La Tomatina Festival which is an hour long celebration of the years harvest where tons of old (and some green) tomotoes are emptied from trucks and used in, what must be, the biggest food fight in the world. We arrived in Valencia the night before the festival and met up again with Graeme who had ...