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Travel Blogs from Calpe
... the air conditioned car for the drive home. I went back to the municipal pool to cool down and read my book. Then it was back to Casa Cronk to pack our bags ready for the trip North to Andy and Julie the next day. The evening was spent playing games over snacks and drinks with a final carajillo de Baileys at the Avenida bar before turning in ready for an early start the next ...
Another hot sunny day started with the, by now, customary freshly squeezed orange juice to accompany a healthy breakfast of Greek yoghurt and cherries. Ok, plus a croissant or two. We headed in Xabia, a fairly large town with a long, deep beach that, as this is now high season, was pretty crowded. A few weeks ago it was more or less empty. After drinks at one of the many bars and restaurants along the promenade we headed off to the quieter 'private' beach we went to ...
Nice slow start to the day. Freshly squeezed orange juice made from local oranges with fresh mango and pineapple, with croissant, jam and coffee. Heaven! Shortly after we headed to a local bodega to taste some wine. Then had a coffee in the pretty vine covered garden of a local restaurant. I do like Spanish coffee. Back to Casa Cronk to pack a picnic then off to their 'private' beach ...
After all that planning, as ever, suddenly it's time for the summer holiday we'd looked forward to for so long. We had a great time at our friends' 25th wedding anniversary the night before and I was feeling a little delicate. But, after the usual mad dash with last minute packing, and still missing a few things, we got to the airport in plenty of time and, despite all the press warnings, sailed through ...
... running of the bulls." After we got into the stadium we had to wait for a little bit for the show to start. The ran the bulls in from the street, and they went straight into their pen. After they blocked off the entrance, they let a bull loose in the arena. This stadium only has 3 sides, and the open side is a drop-off into the port. The goal is to get the bull to chase a "runner" into the sea. The name of this "bull running" is Bous a la Mar (Bulls to ...
Other places to stay in Calpe
Calle Xabia 1, Calpe | 2 star condofrom $66
Calle Gran Bretana, 1, Calpe | 2 star condofrom $73
Avda Juan Carlos I 50, Calpe | 4 star condofrom $71
Urbanizacion Maryvilla, 33, Calpe | 3 star condofrom $35
Calle Navio 9, Calpe | 3 star condofrom $76
Calle Gibraltar 3, Calpe | 2 star condofrom $77