Ibis Alicante Elche
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... stopped at. So we wondered what news of the ghost we would get the next morning. It is apparently real. To work in there you have to sign an agreement they you will not go into room 712 alone. All sorts of guest and employees have seen and heard stuff. It seems this is where a duke met his untimely demise. .... google it seriously.....
With that the day was done.... Last riding day tomorrow, all good things must come to an end sadly.
... that she had been collecting snails, and not just a few but an entire grocery bag full. Fresh escargot for lunch perhaps? I said to Kory it would be fun to find out the process of cooking wild snails and that we should really try it while we are here to help us get the whole Spanish experience! Plus, think of all the money we would save if we didn't have to grocery shop for our lunches!
The rest of the day was pretty mellow, ...
Quite a lazy day. Arrived early in the morning. Had a walk through the very pretty town and then went back to the ship for lunch. After Lunch went back ashore but it was Siesta and only the duty free shops were open so purchased our duty frees and just went back to the ship to get ready for dinner. It was tropical party night on the ship. Went out on deck for that and then down to Harlequin's for a few dances. Then late night buffet and back to the ...
Today we checked out of our lovely hotel at 9am. Forcing us to bring our huuuge backpacks with us on the tram and subway to the city central. Making us look like little hitchhikers. Luckily we were able to find a place that rented lockers, to ease the pain off our back. Once we were there we took a city tour bus, which I would definitely recommend to anyone. It was so handy, it was a "hop on, hop off" type of bus. They dropped you off at a point of interest after describing it ...
... you dare leave it.
The elements of La Patum
Firstly there’s that drum. It’s used a lot. It weighs an incredible 18 kilos and it is noisy. Most of the time it is carried and played by gentlemen in ceremonial dress, including a hat with a couple of large white feathers but it seems that if it is not involved with formal duties pretty much anyone and especially small children can have a bit of a go. Who could resist? It makes a big noise.