Hotel La Paz
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Paz Yecla
Firstly I must say I have Astma. My first room stank of cigarette smoke, asked to change then the second. Had to take it all rooms had smiLe smell – apparently in Spain although it's illegal to smoke in rooms it's tolerated, well that's what the receptionist told me. Opened all the windows and turned on aircon, guess what the smoke from the other rooms was brought it.
Very poor guys, unless you smoke.
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... started again and now continues thanks to the money pouring in from all the visiting tourists. It is already planned to knock down a whole city block so as to improve the vista towards the church. Even if you are not into churches and Cathedrals this place is must see! Incredible building! The architects are carrying on in the same tradition of Gaudi so that the building remains faithful to his original ideas. Ross and Sharon are leaving for home tonight a day ahead of us, ...
... the 23/24 June.
We visited a good crag out at Elda which faces south east which meant we could get out there at about 4pm and climb in the shade until it got dark.
The coastal area also has a number of salt marshes and bird reserves. Managed to see some different birds including a Glossy Ibis and Whiskered Turn but was too hot and the wrong time of year to see much more.
A lot like the UK the Spanish like their ...
... aprox. 30,000) city is the lovely Casa Museo Modernista. I found a few notations about it's history thanks to a good search.
The Modernista Novelda House Museum (located in the main street and popularly known as "House of Pichocha") was originally a palatial mansion whose construction ...
Today's hike was billed by Bill as an easy one and indeed it was a lovely easy walk over 11KM with delightful views and company.
Ours was a small but happy group, Bill, Roger, Claire, Lars and myself enjoyed a nice pace covering the distance in less than 2 hours and 45 minutes with stops for a "banana break" and lunch.
As we drove from Castalla towards our starting spot the morning mist hovered over the ...
... because he was driving) and I had a glass of vino tinto. Our lunch was simple and tasty. We even had the apple tart for desert.
As we were leaving, Lars told the waitress in our broken spanish that we couldn't find the restaurant name to "checkin" on Facebook (our favorite pass time). She left the table and in a few minutes the chef came out, wrote his name on a napkin and in a few minutes we ...