GuestHouse

Address: Calle Segura, 20 Bajo, Alicante, Costa Blanca, Valencian Country, 03004 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle Segura, 20 Bajo, Alicante, is near Castillo de Santa Barbara, Torrevieja Aquopolis, and Mar Menor.
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Travel Blogs from Alicante

Day Camp & Tessa Time

A travel blog entry by zoellersdospain on Jul 31, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... t believe the quality of art work they produced!





This week's camp has been at the Museum of Archaelogy. It's a bit bigger of a group. Water games are incorporated, which the girls appreciate to cool down with! They pack a lunch each day and supposedly are very popular for their peanut butter and jelly that no one here has seen ...

Water Play Wednesday

A travel blog entry by benjon on Jul 29, 2015

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On Wednesday, Benny had coco pops and Jon had vegemite and honey toast for breakfast. Then it was time to head to the Pool. Benny did some swimming and had fun standing on Daddy's shoulders. Jonny did some really good swimming and is improving so much. For lunch, we went to Don ...

Rocking Los Alcazares Markets

A travel blog entry by halloween1 on Jul 25, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... at an amazingly cheap price. 99c for a kilo of tomatoes, 1 euro for a watermelon, 1 euro for a punnet of fresh figs, a selection of Bar-B-Que Chickens or Pork a Spare Ribs....and the list goes on. I normally buy my weekly staples here at the markets for about 60 euros ($100 ...

The New House!

A travel blog entry by halloween1 on Jul 24, 2015

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During my sojourn around Florence and Venice, Steve and the girls had worked hard to ensure as much as the renovations which could be accomplished before our arrival was completed. I had no doubt that they and the trade negotiations worked day and night to get the new house up to the amazing standard ...

Typical Spanish Dinner

A travel blog entry by halloween1 on Jul 23, 2015

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The King Family were keen to expose our Aussie mates to the typical Spanish lifestyle, including food and sangria. Our first meal was a leisurely walk down The Promenade beside the Mar Menor to one of our favourite restaurants Terra Nova. We indulged in Paella, Russian Salad, Mussels and local Gambas (prawns). A walk back along the promenade reflected our wonderful ...

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