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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      Even Ryanair...!!!

      A travel blog entry by runelight_vlc on Aug 03, 2013

      ... civilised really.

      Packing has been on the go since last Monday, obsessively weighing the case at each stage so as not to give the airline the pleasure of charging another arm and leg to get the extra kilo through.

      The older I get the less clothes I seem to take but this is outweighed by the increment in beauty products which now seem to have gotten to the extreme ...


      A travel blog entry by rich101 on Mar 20, 2013

      ... place. We will be forever indebted to Marc for this find. With Mark now gone and Ana at work, the three of us Strolled slowly around town. It was still fairly busy but had a different look without the massive art pieces now gone. I was hurting really bad and could not even think about sitting down let alone eating anything. We visited a few museums but Jaime and I let Marc know that we were done. We then spent the rest of the day hanging out, ...

      Valencia - Wow what a place!

      A travel blog entry by bdvano on Aug 28, 2012

      4 comments, 4 photos

      ... could check out the schedule for the tomato fight that is going to happen tomorrow in the nearby town of Bunol. After getting the details we went to check into our hotel. We had booked the Primus Valencia Hotel through, a great deal and a nice hotel.

      Our taxi ride to the hotel shows Valencia as a vibrant, modern city. It has beautiful modern cosmopolitan architecture and unusual buildings. The old town ...

      Portugal or Spain? That is the Question

      A travel blog entry by niccouvrette on Jun 15, 2012

      27 photos

      ... The total of all public and private debt in Spain is about 270% of the GDP, where as Portugal’s is around 200%. Considering Spain has a GDP of about 4 times as much as Portugal, this leaves them with an incredible amount of debt. While the potential return for investing in Spain is greater, it does not outweigh the incredible risk that comes along with it. These figures in addition to Portugal’s better position in a global market make it the clear choice for ...


      A travel blog entry by 2-roads on Oct 31, 2011

      4 photos

      ... don't worry it's safe! We begin our tour and land ourselves infront of an enclosure with a pond in it. In the enclosure was an odd mix of animals- a baby hippo, some pelicans, a bunch of deers, ducks, and a few monkeys. Quite a diverse population! We take a good look around and are about to leave when we see the pelicans, one in particular frantically splashing around and quickly realise that the hippo is chasing after them. The hippo would watch and as soon ...