Hotel Cibeles Playa
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As we drove out of Granada having thoroughly enjoyed our stay, our only plan was to head across to the coast and start making our way north. It was only when we stopped for lunch and pulled out the map that we randomly selected a seaside village by the name of Calpe situated near a point along the Costa Blanca between Alicante and Valencia.
The drive was once again visually splendid and diverse. Having left the Sierra Nevadas behind we continued to roll from ...
... right out of the pan. We could not fit another grain of rice in us so Sebas and I skipped dessert. We walked the beach to see the cargo boats that were shored because of the storm on Saturday night. Crowds of people came to see the gigantic boats that were stuck in sand bank by the shore. Tragic for the boats but another tourist site for everyone else. We left the beach and went to a town called Palmar, if I'm not mistaken. Its a small fisherman's town. I can imagine it being the ...
... were not as impressive if they had been if they were shot off an hour later.
After the fireworks, I found a bicycle station and used my special code to take one. It took me only 11 minutes to bicycle from there to where I am living. I went past the school during my ride, so now I know that I can get to school in 10 minutes or less by bike. I am definitely planning to bicycle back and forth from now on!
... streets around the hotel that night, strolling along the beach and checking out places to eat. We finally chose Burger King, not very adventurous at all, but at E6.50 each, it was all we could really afford!
The following day we went in search of a slightly cheaper hotel and were lucky to find one just a couple of blocks back from the beach, the Cibelas Plaza, the rooms were much nicer and the breakfast was included in ...
... good time´. As we walked over a sand dune we were shocked and dissapointed to find no showers, only a naked gay man mincing up and down the sea front.
I am starting to feel a little sorry for the guys though. The only attention and opportunities they seem to be getting is from gays and kids (having a girlfriend this is obviously hilarious for me). Solution: Shave your scraggy beards and you wont look like a gays/paedophiles. ...
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