Hotel Galvana

Address: C/ Caligrafo Palifox 5 y 7, Alcudia, Valencian Country, 46250, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on C/ Caligrafo Palifox 5 y 7, Alcudia.
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    Travel Blogs from Alcudia

    Worlds biggest food fight

    A travel blog entry by shaeshae88 on Aug 27, 2013

    ... don't want to include in this post. In the street we were on all the locals had covered the front facades of their houses with plastic tarps or mesh to defend them from the tomatoes. In the middle of the square I could see the leg of ham strung up at the top of the greased pole. At the bottom of the pole there were heaps of people climbing on each other attempting to get up the pole and be the first to grab the ham which would signal the start of the festival. You could see how far ...

    10 reasons WHY not to visit Valencia

    A travel blog entry by alimoro on Aug 13, 2013

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    ... God, Erik saved the day with a strawberry ice cream.

    Valencia is not for ones who hate getting wet, being the splendor of fountains, big, medium and small ones. I'd call them fountain families - fountains dads, fountains mums and baby fountains.

    Beach takes it's place 6 on the list. No idea if there are any people hating long and pure coast lines, without sticks and stones, "that can break your bones", but if there still are and you feel like joining ...

    The Countdown!!!

    A travel blog entry by bsvalencia on Apr 19, 2013

    ... said Jose Maria.

    Alex was a bit nervous about the travel too, but told us, “I’m going to sleep on the bus, anyway!”

    Candela told us, “I love insects. I can’t wait to collect different types!”

    Ana Jin was looking forward to playing in the room with her friends and she thought it would be much tidier than the boys’ room!!!

    This weekend is going ...

    In ruins!

    A travel blog entry by spiderwebbs on Sep 06, 2012

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    Slept well except for the #@$^%&* rooster that started at about 5am! The temperature was much hotter than Barcelona and the B&B didn't have airconditioning, so we started the day with a swim in the very nice pool.
    Next stop, Tarragona. The old city was very attractive with lots of small plazas and courtyards with restaurants etc. The main features of the town were the Roman ruins which included a well preserved amphitheatre and ...


    A travel blog entry by lgjino3 on Jun 09, 2012

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    Growing up, I ate very differently than most Americans. I was raised in an Albanian household and have been eating traditional Mediterranean food since I was young. I love food and think that it is a huge part of a nation's culture. It can show certain characteristics of certain cities within that nation as well. So far I have been to 4 very different cities - ...