San Luis

Paseo Neptuno, 5, Playa de Gandia, Gandia, Valencian Country, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Paseo Neptuno, 5, Playa de Gandia, Gandia, is near Science Park (Parque de las Ciencias), Cicerone, Cultura Y Ocio S.L, Aljibe de San Miguel Banos Arabes, and Alcaiceria.
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Travel Blogs from Gandia

I Stand in Awe of You

A travel blog entry by ar1656 on Jun 29, 2013

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Friends and family,
Wow, today took an unexpected twist. I spent the morning shopping (because Black Friday has started here) and came home for siesta. Celeste has gone to Madrid for the weekend to explore, which means I have the room to myself for a few days. Most of the other students have traveled to other places for the weekend as well. This results in me spending the next few days exploring Granada on my own (which I really appreciate!).

After siesta, I ...

Beach Time

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

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... saw the windmills of Consuegra (Don Quijote) and the landscape that was primarily arid filled with red clay, olive plants and grapevines to a more beach-like climate - green with palm trees.

We also made a stop at the train station where I refunded part of my train ticket I had scheduled for Sunday from Madrid to Valencia. No need for that now as I had a ride!

We arrived in Gandia (about 30 minutes south ...


A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on May 20, 2013

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... or help Pablo and Ismael with their English homework? How many more times do I get to sit and watch fútbol games with Marcos and trash Barcelona and Messi all night or watch the arguments between him and Pablo. How many "lasts" have I already experienced without realizing it at the time?

It's thoughts like these that keep popping into my head. Each day, walking through the streets, I think of things that I know I will miss. I'll miss the cute little old ...

Granada, Part Two

A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 22, 2013


... it would have been the funniest thing they had seen all day! Every country was represented, a cacophony of chatter was around you. Granada is peaceful, it is is spiritual, it is sensual. You have mountains, water, gardens, music, guitar makers are everywhere, you can hear music... There is an old saying and keeping with the theme of Mike and Debbie's visit "give him a coin, woman, for there is nothing worse in this life than to be blind in Granada" we all saw well, even Mike! Take care ...


A travel blog entry by rachnits on Jun 17, 2012

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The sites of Madrid are in the style of its two dominant royal families – the Austrian Hapsburgs who left pretty plazas, convents and churches; and the French Bourbons who constructed the huge Royal Palace, grand boulevards and commissioned countless works by Goya. Granada, in the south, has the Moors to thank for its distinct style.

It was occupied by the Moors in 771AD and is home to Spain's best preserved Arab quarter and the ...