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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... shrubs, orange trees and small gardens. If I travel about 40 minutes by bus, I will also encounter the sea, or el Mar Menor.
When I got to my flat I was welcomed by a friendly and landlord, and three great roommates – Matt, Evan and Enyel. Matt was studying here last semester and has just left for his second study abroad in Mexico, but he was a great help in showing us around different places! During my first weeks I ...
Today we got up at the horrible time of 5.30am to get our flight. We got a shuttle bus to the airport at Rome and im pretty sure we got air a few times. There was some crazy Italian driving anyway... We had a good flight across to Alicante airport, we were put in the emergency exit rows so we had extra leg room. I slept for most of the flight which was nice and then when we landed it was a lovely day in Spain. It was nice and sunny, even though it was ...
Well well well, what a surprise Ken had install for us today! After having a restless night, we got up, cleaned, packed up and headed for Murcia. Put the coordinates of Murcia into Ken and away we went. It became obvious that we were back tracking because all of a sudden the Med was behind us. I grabbed our trusty map to see where Ken was taking us and it was obvious he was taking us inland instead of via the coast road. Ahhh what the hell, we had started that way, we will just keep ...
... down to the beach for the day.
We wandered around 'people watching'. Walked to the water's edge and watched quite a few people swimming, people playing bat and ball games on the beach, dogs and children running around and child builders doing sandcastles.
As the morning went on the beach got more and more full. AND THEN, at midday, the brass band arrived onto ...
... spainish are in puffa's and knee high boots,
and not at the beach!
We were therefore able to park virtually on the beach in a dry riverbed, from where you could see the whole of the bay of Mazaron. The mountains make a surreal backgroud as they are sparse and quite bleak, set off by the bluest of seas- sparkingly with tiny dots of white diamonds glittering in the white light of the sun. nearby Bolnuveo had quite amazing
sandstone hills resting at the back of ...