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Travel Blogs from Calpe
... show up at the appointed time and enjoy the fellowship of some very nice people.
On the last two Wednesdays we tackled a couple of easy/moderate routes, one a good climb, the other a long (19kms) walk on a beautiful abandoned railway bed.
Here are the descriptions that Bill shares with the group in advance of the walks:
... place called Oliva parked up just behind the sand dunes and no high rise in sight. Flat enough for us to go on some good bike rides. This week we have experienced 25 degrees and 14 degrees which is at least better than the UK and the floods there!
not many photos but that will change once I've got used to this iPad thing and sorted out the map pin
... a bit, but finally we were on our way.
It's always a happy moment when we turn the key in the lock and see our sun-filled apartment with that lovely view of the sea. Our home for the coming winter months!
It didn't take us long to get settled. And to our delight, shortly after our arrival Vincent, Alexia and Madlyn came by to give us a warm hello....and a few minutes later Marie appeared to make their welcome complete!
... we started our approach into the bizarre-thing that is Benidorm...apparently, the only rival to its skyscraper skyline is New York City, with Benidorm boasting 127+ skyscrapers, with more on the horizon...what a sight as we drove in, tacky, tacky!
We were disappointed in our rooms at the Melia, it turning out to be a three-star, rather than the expected five, with slightly worn, shabby ...
As a student at UCAM, Catholic University of San Antonio Murcia, I was able to go on a day trip for free paid by the university to see a hotel, as I am studying tourism with my classmates. We went to one of the most popular hotels in Benidorm, with the highest hotel point in Europe. We could see miles and miles of ocean, ...