Hotel Almirante

Address: Avda de Niza 38, Alicante, Costa Blanca, Alicante Province, Valencian Country, 03540, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Playa de San Juan area of Alicante, is near Guadalest Valley, Playa de San Juan, and Playa Muchavista.
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    Travel Blogs from Alicante

    El Fin de un Viaje

    A travel blog entry by cmebacher on Jul 03, 2015

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    ... tomé una siesta y fui de compras. Estaba muy contento con qué yo he comprado. Aunque no tengo tiempo para conseguir zapatos o encontrar un traje de baño que me quedó bien, pude aún comprar ropa muy linda. Compré una blusa blanco y un elegante vestido negro. ¡Estoy muy emocionada llevarlos cuando llego a casa el domingo! Son mis propios recuerdos para recordar Alicante además de todas las fotos que he tomado. Por la tarde, mis ...

    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

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    ... We have some wine and gin etc but will probably need to reprovision along the way, even if more expensive, as we need to keep hydrated.
    In the afternoon we went to a little family run bar / resturant we visited briefly the day before. They were really happy to see us back and we couldn't ask for a better paella (cooked by the daughter) if we tried.

    Later we visited the fishing harbour (a bit too early) and bought some locally caught red
    prawns and bonito.

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    Castillo Costero en una Montaña

    A travel blog entry by cmebacher on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... La
    ubicación del castillo está llena de historia. Fue construido durante el
    siglo noveno por los musulmanes, y lo llamaron Banu-lQatil. Fue capturado en 1248 por las
    fuerzas Castillan y se cambió el nombre. Existen varias marcas de la historia
    aquí. Las pistas están llenos de restos arqueológicos de la Edad del Bronce,
    Ibérico Edad y la época romana. Vimos una sección del castillo que fue
    gravemente dañada por ...

    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 ...