Hotel Kaktus Albir
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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We biked up to Altea old town to see the church with blue tiled roof. Beautiful from the outside but not so good inside. The surrounding streets were full of artisan shops and a few small cafe's with excellent coffee. Bikes down again and along the front for lunch but found ...
... we are now.
We were pleased to find some lovely changes in the center, most importantly improved internet. Good enough that I can actually write my blog from my room. In rural Spain sometimes even cell signals are elusive, so good speed internet can be a miracle!
Lots of other things have been spruced up, new beds and linens. New menus with more options offered beyond juicing and of course the usual array of workout and educational classes ...
... on the computer and the screen saver shuffles through the photographs I have taken on my trip so far, I look at the the beauty of the scenery in the UK and have no doubt where my heart lies. Yes, the weather here is better, but that isn't enough for me.
The other day the temperature dropped noticeably and then it rained all day and we had a huge storm overnight and for days it was so cold, windy and grey that I took to ...
... hooked). They were correct in saying you adapt to the site, it doesn't bother me any more, though I wish I didn't have to stay here for two weeks. The only place to walk the dog is the beach, so every morning I slog up the beach for about 45 minutes, then turn round and follow my tracks back to the Site. In the afternoon I slog down the beach for 45 minutes, turn round and slog back. It is boring in the extreme. The beach is fairly straight, no bays ...
... and chocolate for breakfast which was delicious! There was a museum of the history of chocolate making and of that particular factory. After they had shown us around there we were allowed to walk through the factory but there wasn't too much to see in there. After that we went into the factory's chocolate shop where there were free samples (yummy!!) and we bought some chocolate that was made there. We got lunch on the way home which was another traditional ...