Hotel Safari

Address: Calle Legazpi 3, Gandia, Valencian Country, 46730, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Calle Legazpi 3, Gandia.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Kids activities or Babysitting

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          Travel Blogs from Gandia

          Beach Time

          A travel blog entry by mollytara.spain on Jun 29, 2013

          16 photos

          ... are also very small. Not to mention the gas is about $7 gallon here...

          Anyway, there are not a lot of minivans or other vehicles that carry more than 5 people. There were 6 of us - Nuria, Jesus, Carlota, Nicolas, Molly, and myself. After much discussion and trying to borrow different vans to get us all there, we decided to fit 4 in the backseat. So it was a tight squeeze for 3+ hours, but we made it.

          On the ...

          The Young, and The Wise

          A travel blog entry by sweetescapes on Sep 30, 2012

          362 photos

          ... dialect of spanish. For appetizers, he order grilled octopus, roasted red peppers stuffed with Bacalao (hope that's spelt right, cod fish i think) drizzled with a red pepper sauce, and calamari stuff with honestly i don't know what, and topped a sauce made from the ink of the squid. Looked like tar honestly. All came one at a time, in perfect portions. I have to say that I would have NEVER ordered any of these things. None the less when they came to table attempt to eat them if ...

          More Family time less sightseeing

          A travel blog entry by mscheibl on May 22, 2010

          ... of
          sausage and thick ham on a type of pizza crust, quiche, and a bruschetta. For lunch the main course was fideua, which was a type of paella but with elbow noodles instead of
          rice. It had all the great sea creatures inside, including whole shrimp,
          crawfish (which we were directed to suck the brains out of, nom nom) :(,
          octopus and fish pieces. Overall, it was delicious, and completely of
          Valencian culture. For dessert, which ...

          Day 35 - Sleeping in an abandoned building

          A travel blog entry by chris_jones01 on Aug 17, 2009

          We spent most of the day relaxing on the beach recovering from the epic cycle. I thought i would be clever and insulate a cold bottle of coke by burying it. Well it does keep the coke a little colder but that is not really too important if you canīt find it. Me and Alex then spent an hour washing our clothes playing ...

          The Japanese wildebeest stampede.

          A travel blog entry by stevefn on Oct 02, 2006

          15 photos

          ... t take into account a Japanese wildebeest stampede on a 48 hour swipe around Spain... After visiting some friends of Johana in Valencia on Saturday afternoon, it was time to head for my apartment in Alcossebre, about 90 minutes north by train. My parents, who are currently in Alcossebre on a holiday, met us at the train station. Meet the parents the no Gaylord Focker way! Over the next couple of days we did very little indeed. All we asked for was plenty ...