Address: C/ ALFONSO XIII 1, Alicante, Costa Blanca, Valencian Country, 03300, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C/ ALFONSO XIII 1, Alicante, is near Guadalest Valley, Esteros del Ibera, Playa de San Juan, and Playa Muchavista.
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Travel Blogs from Alicante

Day Camp & Tessa Time

A travel blog entry by zoellersdospain on Jul 31, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... t believe the quality of art work they produced!

This week's camp has been at the Museum of Archaelogy. It's a bit bigger of a group. Water games are incorporated, which the girls appreciate to cool down with! They pack a lunch each day and supposedly are very popular for their peanut butter and jelly that no one here has seen ...

The orange tanktop

A travel blog entry by zoellersdospain on Jul 27, 2015

4 comments, 1 photo

... to material items, but we each only packed a carry on, and every item is precious, especially sleeveless ones for this incredible heat.

I decided we should try to get it back. The girls and I went three floors down and rang the doorbell, but no one was home. We visited about 5 times in 24 hours, and finally someone opened the door. I explained what had happened, and the guy Dan from England checked and saw he saw it on floor six. We began to stalk the ...

Tapas Crawl

A travel blog entry by zoellersdospain on Jul 24, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... br> beer! Yay! Not watery! Moira and Celia ordered their usual Fanta Limon and
Sprite (then they mix it).

From there, we scouted out a local establishment Los
Mejillones and had amazing fresh calamari with sangria and live guitarists
which Tess tried to outperform.

Next was an ice cream place with ...

El atico espectacular

A travel blog entry by zoellersdospain on Jul 22, 2015

3 comments, 4 photos

... 8221; are the trinkets. We’ve never met the owner, Marta, but we can tell many things by her belongings. The atico is stocked with old school toys…. Old school Spanish toys, big and little. There’s puzzles, a play kitchen, dress up clothes, a tea set which may be formal or may be for play, we don’t ...

La Cremá

A travel blog entry by cmebacher on Jun 25, 2015

1 photo

... the firefighters
to stop using water. The firemen have to use it to make sure the trees and
buildings nearby don’t burn too, because the fires are very big, and it’s
dangerous. It’s more or less a joke, because obviously no one wants the city to
burn, but it’s another tradition. But, nevertheless, the firefighters did a
good job. I have never seen anything like this. What a different culture this