RH Bayren Hotel & Spa

Paseo de Neptuno 62, Gandia, Valencian Country, 46730, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Paseo de Neptuno 62, Gandia.
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    Travel Blogs from Gandia

    Captivating Calpe, the Costa Blanca

    A travel blog entry by brownsltd on Jun 12, 2014

    33 photos

    ... and to the right was a hillside awash with villas and of course between these picturesque book ends was the large expanse of beach. The soft cream sand had a sprinkling of coloured umbrellas and looking down into the azur waters we could see that there may even be some opportunity for snorkelling. It really didn’t take us long to decide we should stay another night…, and then another. While we did have to return the car in Barcelona around midday we checked out ...

    The Young, and The Wise

    A travel blog entry by sweetescapes on Sep 30, 2012

    362 photos

    ... on pinchos, which are tooth pics, and they count the tooth pics at the end. I wonder if a place like this would last in Miami, its a great idea. After indulging in all the pinchos we could eat we started off at El Mercado, again another indoor supermarket with fresh everything really. We bought a bunch of groceries here, Sebas and I were going to be cooking dinner tonight, as promised. Chicken Francaise with mashed potatoes and asparagus. After wards we went to the Cathedral ...

    Hippy fruits.

    A travel blog entry by joeljenaturner on Dec 06, 2010

    2 photos

    ... much smoking pot and playing frisby.
    So a good think to remember back at home is that when you buy Valencian oranges, they most likely have been handled by a dirty dirty hippie. One of them told us that the orange skins have petrol inside them… which also we imagine is another way for him to get a good high.
    They were heaps funny, we hung out with them until it was far too cold. ...

    Gandia

    A travel blog entry by wreckedagain2 on Jun 06, 2010

    ... from the hotel. Neither of us spoke much Spanish and so had to rely on the waiter for some help with the menu. We ended up with a platter of fish, with about five different varieties, but that was it, no salad, no rice or chips. We asked for salad but nothing came and so ate our way through the platter as best we could!

    The following day was much the same, beach, relax, sun, sea, beer, supper (this time from a burger bar ...

    Half way there!

    A travel blog entry by annikalynn on Mar 22, 2009

    ... on the ground explode and also mini fire crackers that when they left on the street exploded and make massive amounts of noise. Im pretty sure my nerves were shot after that day (as well as my ear drums). At midnight they burned the paper mache sculptures, which was neat but it basically rained ashes throughout the night which was difficult with my contacts. Oh ya and in Valencia i hands down had the best Paella ive ever had AND ordered an ...