Hostal les Monges Palace
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- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... are still in place giving it a beautiful setting. We visit the amazing Central Markets, one of the largest in Europe and covering 8000 sq meters built in 1915 - 1928 - but said to be the market place since the 14th century. It provides the local city dwellers (and tourists) with the freshest and finest foods. A must see! Next the Gothic Cathedral (of course) where construction began in 1262 on the site of an old mosque, followed by a visit to the famed Lladro ...
... that it was very strange. I also saw a rock in the middle of the sea which reminded me of a sinking ship. We walked up to the end of the beach. At the end, there was a tiny beach that had no waves but it was guarded by a lifeguard. I didn't understand why that beach even needed a lifeguard. We walked up to point where I could see lots of tall buildings. We went ...
... a tram going past the beach every once in the while. The water temperature was quite warm, So I was able to stay in the water for quite a long time. Luckily, it wasn't windy, so dad and I were able to play soccer on the beach. When we got hot playing soccer, we jumped back into the water. There were many fish in the water. The most of them were a decent size. I was so exited and tried to catch one but it ...
... 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 ...