Hotel Galvana

Address: CL Calig Palafox 5 y 7, Alcudia, Valencian Country, 46250, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on CL Calig Palafox 5 y 7, Alcudia.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Beverage Selection
          • Pets allowed


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Business Services

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          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Alcudia

          Jamon, Cheese, & Vino

          A travel blog entry by megs36 on Nov 19, 2013

          9 photos

          ... weekend off together and spent Saturday roaming though the main city area, embracing every second and overwhelmed of where we were. After a good deal of walking and taking in the beautiful architecture we chose a small cafe for some tapas. We began with a cheese and jamon plate and a nice Verdejo. We then continued with mussels and an Albarino. Delicious! We left there with the aim to go shopping with my gambling money, though had ...


          A travel blog entry by kyajade on Sep 02, 2013

          14 photos

          ... Lucky it wasn't too far away! We set off again at a much more leisurely pace and went to the square where the tour was starting, to wait for any more people to join, then started the tour. We walked around for a couple of hours past churches and other really old buildings, and got some really interesting history on Valencia and Spain in general. So much I didn't know about the country! (Did you know Valencia used to be Spain's capital?) Especially interesting was the ...

          Half-day in Valencia

          A travel blog entry by danddmeed on Jul 09, 2013

          55 photos

          ... a vegetarian paella (what she wound up eating at every meal in Valencia), and we had a small egg custard dessert. In Spain, they have "Meal of the day" deals. So, I could pay 10 euros and have a first course, second course, dessert, and bread included. This is why we are always eating so much J. We came back to the hostel and went to sleep.  Since our room was so nice and very cheap, we purchased another night stay as ...

          Crisis Perception

          A travel blog entry by nvarner on Jun 22, 2012

          ... with it and so would end the great European experiment. That might be fine in the long term, but in the short term, the results of such a devaluation could be tragic as inflation would almost certainly soar as would unemployment.

          The timeline for such an event, should it happen, could theoretically be very soon, but it is interesting that apart from the odd protest against government policies, I have not noticed much of an effect on ...

          Siesta Fiesta: A Tale of Food and Family

          A travel blog entry by simplydevi on Jun 08, 2012

          3 photos

          ... go home and enjoy the time together. Though the rest of the world looks upon the practice of taking a 2-3 hour siesta in the middle of the day as economically foolish and antiquated, the Spaniards aren’t afraid of holding firmly to their belief of its necessity and continuing it regardless. In a world that is becoming increasingly smaller with the development of technology, I think it beyond important that various cultures preserve the customs that make them ...