Mar Azul

C/ San Pedro, 128, Alicante, Costa Blanca, Valencian Country, 03560, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on C/ San Pedro, 128, Alicante.
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    Travel Blogs from Alicante

    Sims 4 Release date

    A travel blog entry by belt5shon on Aug 27, 2014

    ... grin. "Of training course, that doesn't suggest that you're not going to torment them," she states by using a have fun, "but it implies you do have a link. You care." "When we considered satisfying that promise in The Sims 4, we realised that people needed ...

    Our Week in Alicante

    A travel blog entry by newtoa on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... run. It is extremely helpful to have our own translators! Thursday Maria took us to the archeology museum. I never knew that so many branches of that science existed! The museum is well laid out and tells the story very effectively of the many cultures who have dwelt in this region. We also visited the Museo MUBAG and were most impressed by the work of local artist Joaquin Sorollo. This 19th century artist is known for the transmission of concepts such as light ...

    Hanging with the Estebans

    A travel blog entry by newtoa on Aug 18, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    What a breath of fresh air to stay with the Estebans for a week! Dany and Maria taught with Tim from 1999-2001 and have remained close to the Regis community. Maria is now a principal and Dany teaches at the high school level. They have three delightful children; Jorge (13), Marina (11) and Ines (6). Today they took us to a Moor castle overlooking the city. We ...

    First full day on the Raven

    A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Aug 11, 2014

    8 photos

    ... Malaga then it becomes more mountainous and harsh. After Granada there are parts which remind us of the desert road between Khiva and Bukhara in Uzbekistan. Very scrubby and dry land. Once we get back to the coastal ribbon we see fields and fields of citrus, oranges and lemons before it becomes much more industrial near Lorca and Murcia. We stop for a salad and an omelette in a little town called Puerto Lumbreros. ...

    Extending stays.

    A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... impressive views! At some parts it's just rock face and a rope to cling on to and and one point we went through a tunnel to get to the other side of the rock! Jed headed up to the summit, Steph and I opted for the Western view lookout! Later on we parked up in town, hard to find a spot but got one in the end, aparently 50,000 people go to see the fireworks! It certainly seemed that way w cars EVERYWHERE! The fire works didn't go off till midnight so we ...