Hotel Spa Villa de Alarcon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Hot tub
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Moved on to a campsite just south of Valencia, so we can have a day out in a City.
It saved ages driving through Valencia rather than paying the toll and going round, but it also probably took years off both our lives. When Mark went through red traffic lights for the 3rd time, Penny did have her had in her hands. A huge sigh of relief to get to the other side, so we rewarded ourselves with a lunch stop in a ...
We drove from Calpe back up to Valencia and went to the science museum. They had 2 main floors of interactive stuff. My favourite floor was the 1st floor where they had a room with all light, sound, mirror and electricity type stuff. One you made the lights work if you held onto both ends of wire which meant you closed the circuit and the lights worked. It felt kind of freaky having power go through ...
Driving out little car back! Had an amazing two days in Valencia, had a great night out as well. Feeling a bit tired - breakfast was amazing at our hostel, Holiday Inn, so much fruit it was such a delight. Got into Granada just after 5pm so dropped out bags ...
Had a nice and early start this morning to get out to the little town where the Tomatina takes place. Left the hotel at 7am for just under an hour drive to the festival. Managed to buy some cheap glasses for €5 to keep the tomato out of our eyes. Got a large sangria and headed into the street to watch the pole climbing event to reach the ham at the top. A lot of the locals were already in the street with ...
Overnight rain had filled the ditches and rivers, but the roads were dry so headed west away from the forecast rain but saw plenty of results of the heavy storms. The roads to the west proved entertaining with plenty of sweeping bends, twisty bits and wide open spaces. These led us to our Sunday stop over in the Hotel del ...