Hotel Gravina Cinco
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... Benidorm? Simply because neither of us have ever been and we’ve heard of so many people going.
Was it our grandparents/older relatives that went maybe?? Oh we were very young and got run over by tandem disability scooters on numerous occasions.
To be fair, we had a lovely walk along the promenade and around town (got a bit lost!!), then back to the campsite (about 7 miles). We ate on the promenade ...
... converted into the city's Cathedral in the 16th century. Then a tour of the historical Jewish Quarter before heading off again to our destination for today Seville, considered Spain's "cultural capital" . Regional cuisine tonight at La Casa del Tesorero ( Yes! amazing!) The food - incredible! The building? Well imagine this, Situated in an archeology discovery of the 12 th century! Yes you could say it had plenty of atmosphere!! Loved it! Day 7 - Start the day with a city ...
... a hairdresser for dad. We stopped at a delicious bakery on the way to the hairdresser. We finally got to the hairdresser and Dad and I had a hair cut. It was my first time having gel in my hair. I didn't really like it. When we were walking back to the car at sunset time there was a lot more old people we out and about. I was amazed how many old people there was in this ...
We went to the long sandy beach I had spotted yesterday from the tram. When we were getting ready at home, I looked at the map. It looked really simple, but it turned to not too easy. I like sandy beaches more than the rocky ones. I think it is more fun playing in the sand rather than carefully walking on the small rocks not to fall. There was a tram track right along beach. I through that it was really cool ...
... It took about one hour, then we finally made it to Alicante. we walked out of the stations and then we were next to a large road. It was not very busy. I like the city centre when it was not too busy. We walked down to the port. There was so many very expensive speed boats. We also saw a pirate ship but we didn't go in. We were heading to a museum that was along the sea side. It was a museum about yacht racing. Unfortunately, it was closed. I had ...