Four Points Villa

Address: Camino Noria de Sargueta, 85, Aspe, Alicante Province, Valencian Country, 03680, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Camino Noria de Sargueta, 85, Aspe.
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    Travel Blogs from Aspe

    El Fin de un Viaje

    A travel blog entry by cmebacher on Jul 03, 2015

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    ... por las ciudades extranjeras y ser independiente sólo a los veinte años mientras utilizando una lengua extranjera. Es realmente bastante asombroso cuando lo pienso. Ahora que esta aventura está completa no puedo esperar para ver donde se encuentra mi próxima aventura.


    Unfortunately today was my last day in Alicante. I am very sad that this trip has to come to an end but I am so grateful to have had such a ...

    Livin' la vida tranquila

    A travel blog entry by cmebacher on Jul 02, 2015

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    ... br> Today we went on the tram to the San Juan beach, a beach
    about 30 minutes in tram from Alicante. The beach there is much less crowded,
    so it’s a little bit nicer. All of the beaches here are very clean and pretty
    compared to the beach in Maryland. The water is so blue and clear that you can
    see almost everything under the water. We took a nap on the beach, and afterwards
    we felt refreshed. For dinner, we went to ...

    Moving on.....

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jul 02, 2015

    1 comment

    ... due to not being able to book in advance a
    winter mooring and places become usually available in October, when I will be well and truly back at work.
    Plan C was Sicily – still viable but too far south, and with the migrant problems and NATO etc, think it's best to leave alone for the moment.
    Plan D is/was
    Sardinia – still looking into this – got a reasonable quote and there are frequent cheap flights to the island.
    Plan E was ...

    Castillo Costero en una Montaña

    A travel blog entry by cmebacher on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... damaged heavily after explosions from attacks from Great
    Britain. Maya also showed us carvings made by people during the Spanish civil
    war. After our tour of the castle, we walked down the mountain into the quaint neighborhood
    of Santa Cruz. Although the beautiful homes here seemed as if they would be
    pricy, Maya informed us that it is actually a very poor community. This
    concluded what was one of my favorite excursions of our trip. ...

    El Museo Arqueológico de Alicante

    A travel blog entry by cmebacher on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... be very interesting because I was able to visually see the processes that these archeologists go through to find artifacts of ancient history that ultimately help to answer many questions of Spain’s past. At the beginning of the tour I learned some about the local geography of Alicante and then the historical aspects through the permanent galleries dedicated to Prehistory, the Iberians, the Romans, the Medieval Age and the Modern and Contemporary ...