Munchies in Benidorm

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  1. Munchie

    Munchie Funster Life Member

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    My manager as a child had always heard folk talk of Benidorm. So, she wanted to see it so here we are at Villasol.
    Benidorm is much as we expected, a bit like Blackpool with sunshine. I have to say though it is MUCH cleaner.
    Some piccies for you. :thumb:
     

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    Just like Marmite..

    You either love it or hate it... :thumb:
     
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    Benidorm can be all things to all people. You just have to look a little harder.
     
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    Munchie Funster Life Member

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    Although we are not "town" people we found it to be an experience and could spend a week here though leaving Sunday for Benicasim as we need to meander back to France to sort some things out. :Smile:
     
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    Hi Ken, Before leaving go and have lunch at La Cala overlooking a small bay. Its 5 minutes drive out of Benidorm but could be a thousand miles.
     
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    Very nice walks to the lookout point and up to the cross. For the more adventurous you can walk from the cross to Albir (across the Sierra Helalda) and catch a bus back. It is a spectacular walk that takes 5-6 hours but be careful, the path has a 1000 feet drop beside it. We found some great cycle rides as well.:thumb:
     
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