AC Hotel Ciutat de Alcoy by Marriott
Travel Blogs from Alcoy
... I wanted my backpack organised and to get rid of anything that I realised that I didn´t need (bye bye socks, gloves and cardigan). My backpack still seems too full and heavy after I´ve added some food and water so I may have to either get rid of or post some other non-esentials back. For dinner, we ate practically all the food we had left in the fridge. I had my usual panic about not having enough food and so we went to the supermarket but alas, its closed on ...
... bag is big enough for my passport, money, phone, emergency apple, but not the drink bottle). Sverre then called Race Motos to find out that the bike would in fact be ready by 6.30, phew! So we had a little nap in the park on the way and then headed to the bike place. By the time we left it was around 7pm. We both had pastry snacks before we left so that we could survive until we got back to the villa to cook a late dinner. As we were leaving, I ...
... white haha. It was in and around 28 degrees for the whole time we were there. We went for food in The Emerald Isle and The Abbey most days. We headed into Town to the Carnival and the markets other days. We went to the beach and the huge shopping complex with Sarah one of the days, that was ******* awesome. We met Karina, Brian and there daughter Emily in The Emerald Isle one night. We got on ...
... the top.
It cost about $8 return for the half hour train trip and I arrived into Xativa station at about 10.30.
I was expecting a smallish village and was surprised at the size of the town, which has about 30,000 residents. The first thing that I noticed as I wandered around the new town were the wonderful lush shade trees that made the streets a pleasure to be in on a day that was already up to 26o. There were lots of different shops selling homewares and ...
... it. It was everything they said, it was lovely albeit very hilly. I continued walking upwards, as you do, and ended half way up towards the Castle of St Barbara. This was an old castle that was built by the christians on an Islamic place of worship. It became fortified and taken over by the British before we were blown up and the majority of the castle left in ruins. No need to visit now as I’ve synopsised the history in ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services