Hotel Bahia Calpe
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... until than as the Russians where stronger certainly in the second half. The Belgians are now qualified for the 8th of the final as well as the Dutch team. As Michel had threatened us that we would drink only coca cola light all night if Belgium would lose, we were happy when he opened the bottle of champagne that we offered them from France to celebrate. Michel had bought a beautiful leg of Spanish ham ...
... the emergency taken care of, Jess shows her eTicket, waves goodbye and gets on the bus. Hopefully we catch up in Barcelona. While in Denia I happened upon an Orange (the mobile provider) shop, which was closed for renovations but had directions to another Orange shop. I'd read online that Orange Spain have a 1EUR per day roaming plan, with 100MB of data per day. Not as much data as the Vodafone Italy SIMs we already have, but cheaper than 3EUR per day ...
... it was next to Barclays Bank, which Google Maps said was exactly where it wasn't. I went on their website and tried to find the specific address, but even that failed. I never did find it, but I stumbled across some other dry cleaning service. To dry clean my suit was going to cost 10 Euro, and that all seemed fine - until I asked when I could pick it up. Friday apparently. Well there was no way I was waiting that long for dry cleaning, so I explained that I ...
... eating both lunch and dinner in Valencia. We went for a walk and found a nice bakery where we ate many, many pastries, then found our way to these amazing castle-esque gates, tiny laneways with old buildings on either side and cobble stone streets. Eventually we came upon the tourist market, surrounded by cafes, and we decided to stop at a chocolate shop for tea and churros. It seemed that we were destined to stumble from decadent food to decadent food! ...
... I followed Diane's SMART car along the highway back to the villa. It occurred to me almost immediately that I didn't know if the speed limits were in kilometres or miles per hour - I'm pretty sure Europe is all metric but it's a 70 zone and we're doing 70 miles per hour according to the speedo - so maybe it's miles? I asked Diane when we got back, "kilometres" she said. Oh. "So we were doing 100 in that 70 zone?" "Yeah everyone speeds in Spain". Righto. Well ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bahia Calpe
Four times we stayed in this hotel, since it was inaugurated in 2004. Our election was always determined by its excellent ubication, which let us to reach it easily from the road and leave the car within its spacious parking. The old town of Calpe lies very near, and Arenal beach is just in front. The better of the common halls is the restaurant, which has a great picture window looking to the sea. However, the swimming pool is small and somewhat uncomfortable (1st floor). The rooms (at least those than look to sea) are not very greats and the TV is old (not flat screen) and small. There was not available internet hall, although very near to the hotel it had an internet cafe very crowded. Sumarizing: A place quiet and recommendable, but at least one star may be discussed.
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