Parador de Alarcon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Alarcon
... ago after growing tired of the 'boys club’ mentality and politics. As she said, it was worse dealing with that than the crooks on the outside. Hmmm I can relate! She has 2 daughters aged 22 and 24 and lives between the Gold Coast and Darwin where she helps her partner run a busy shed building business. It seems many people live in large sheds in Darwin, as this is permitted and you can have a nice home for around $70,000. Apparently though ...
... sharing a bit of our world with them -- from the Valencia central market to the Gulliver playground, from Roman/medieval ruins to Moroccan food at the beach, from backyard soccer to watching the FC Barcelona win the Champions league last night (at a bar in our local "mall" of course.)
I'll post a few other pictures of small adventures, and a final note from Spain when we take off.
... This drive started with the countryside looking dry and barren then green and lush with farms and crops. Started very mountainous with sheer cliff faces with a complete turnaround of flat ground for as far as the eye could see. A variety of colour and ...
Decided to enjoy El campello.......... Ran 4.5 Run then breaky then off to the beach for a bake and a swim Packed the car and headed to Altea a wonderful beachside suburb. Most beautiful! Sat by the ocean in a restaurant with a cooling breeze and had paella for lunch The drive here was very picturesque with arid mountains but ...
... metro system and spent over an hour at the beach reading in the evening sun. Basically, I did what I do in every city, except this time I could do it all in jandals. I did have one interesting experience at the markets this morning. I accidently wandered into the fish section. For me it was like walking into a horror movie. They had live eels, stingrays, odd shaped fish with giant teeth and all kinds of weird, oozing and gooey things. I walked out shaking. Usually I'm ...