Hotel HG Borgia
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel HG Borgia Gandia
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... reigns thus far; as it turns out I’m pretty handy with a map (new found talent) and in terms of orientation – also quite swell. So on our journey home, we came to a cross street where the Canadians were convinced we had to go left, and I was convinced we had to go right. In our tired and weary flamencoless state we all just wanted to get home, but two against one always wins. We took the road they thought would lead us home and I ...
... some other REAL hippy campers. These 4 hippie guys had been chumming it up in a little white work-van, and apart from the storm clouds of marijuana smoke which seemed to magically follow them; they played a mean game of frisby. In fact, they asked US if we would play with THEM! Good thing we were already dab-hands!
They had spent a couple of weeks in Cullera picking oranges for chicken scratch pay, ...
... there we walked around the sea wall and then back through the streets towards the hotel. The afternoon was spent on the beach, catching up on the freckles and then we wandered along the beach to a bar for a beer before going back to the hotel to change for dinner.
Restaurants here don't open until around 8 pm and really don't do much business until after 9 pm but we were starving and had noticed a fish restaurant not ...
Day 1 (Saturday, May 22, 2010)
We traveled to Valencia via a nice and fast train which played a dubbed over
american comedy for most of the trip. Sandra (my Spanish sister from my
abroad studies 8 years ago) and her boyfriend, Emilio, met us at the train
station. Before heading to la casa, we visited their new apartment, then went into the pueblo for some coffee. Then, we headed over to my spanish mom and dad's
... the capital is awesome, and even the small towns nearby have a lot of interesting stuff to see (like the castle in Xątiva, for example). And then there was Cullera, the summer town, which was quite perfect: empty because it was not summer anymore, yet with perfect summer weather. A quite nice way to end the trip, the land is really worth seeing and I got the opportunity to visit ...