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Travel Blogs from Altea
... walk brought us to Calle Castillio the major shopping street. Calle Castillio is a long street that slope up away from the port. It starts out relatively wide but gets progresively narrower as you go up. We walked, talked, went into stores, continued up the hill until Rose found a jewelry store with some very nice Spanish pieces. It made no sense to travel thousands of miles and not get a something made in the country. So I bought a few pieces for Rose. ...
... bell for reception, but we were running out of time. I slung the bags over, climbed the wall and jumped over to freedom. Jayne decided then that she would just ring someone's apartment and ask them for the key to the gate. She said she'd give them some money for waking them up. There was no need to ring the bell really but she did and hadn't noticed Mrs. Lady in her cotton nightie on the balcony above, offering her key, who no doubt had been woken by our ...
... did get a bit of spray heading your way. The crew seemed alert enough. The pics make it look calm but it wasn't. We headed out for a couple of miles, apparently we were looking for Whales, I think they were a bit further out but the Captain didn't want to head out that far. Jayne had her gaze on land and wouldn't look the ...
... s plenty on offer but we've been a bit disappointed with the local scran. We'd both had a hankering for some authentic tapas and were told to head down to the harbour. The place seemed authentic enough but we had the feeling that the food had been commodified. The meatballs were the same ones you get in a tin in any good supermercados. Shame really, but one dish I wanted to try was Pimmento Du Padron, basically it's a chilli cooked in ...
Arrived in Teneriffe at 7am. Still pitch black and raining. However we were ashore and in the city by 9am and the skies brightened into a lovely warm day. After walking round for a while to see the sights we found that there was a tram that took a 45 minute ride up high into the hills. This gave us some great views of both the city, the coast and the mountains behind including in the distance the volcano at Tiede. The other end of the tram line ...
Other places to stay in Altea
Avenida Valencia N 332, Altea | 3 star hotelfrom $83
Lugar urbanizacion Villa Gadea s/n, Altea | 5 star hotelfrom $146
- Wedding I & B
Partida PlÃ de Castell, 96, Altea | 4 star hotelfrom $115
Calle Salva 13, Altea | Hotelfrom $126