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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Universidad Albacete
Travel Blogs from Albacete
... in a small part of Spain we did not know much about, between Cartagena and Alicante, inland from Torrevieja. We approached it with some trepidation, particularly as the last few hundred yards was down a very bumpy farm track. However it turned out to be a very pleasant six pitch site with basic but adequate facilities. The others who were staying there were all long term overwinterers, regulars who come back ...
... for Blanco and was easily accommodated with the best Orujo I had so far (from Lial). A well earned siesta was then taken back at the hotel for which I was very grateful and actually fell asleep!
On the way out for the evening, we wandered around the square where there was yet another festival being set up with a stage – this apparently was a more medieval event for the Wine Makers – alas, by the ...
... and up past the bull ring and the station and through the empty picturesque old town alleyways back to the hotel. I settled in the foyer for a chain espresso session and started writing up my blog. I saw Ken, who had provided the great tasting the previous evening who seemed to be staying in our hotel too which was nice. T & S came down around 10am and we were off for day 2.
A wander down the main street ...
... into town to find the coach station in order to continue our journey to Requena. Spain is great but not renown for its love of clear information displays. The coach station was fine but nowhere were there any timetables or departure boards from which Jonny Foreigner could determine which coach to get on. T and I did the man thing of complaining and avoiding at all costs the thought of actually asking someone for details whilst S did the ...