Hotel Ventura

Calle de San Fernando 10, Alicante, 03002, Spain
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Dinner for one

by nowingingit

Hi I'm planning to spend a long weekend in Alicante, mainly to relax and EAT. I love paella but in other parts of Spain I've been to restaurants often require a min. of 2 for paella. Does anyone know any restaurant in Alicante that serves paella for one?
Thanks

Re: Dinner for one

by Aitana

It is difficult to find a restaurant where paella is served for only one person. The reason is the size of the recipient, called paella as well. The smallest ones are for 2 - 3 plates. You should order a paella for 2 people and eat the quantity you want. The same happens with "fideua".
In case you go to a place where the day menu is paella, the cook prepares bigger paellas and they serve platefuls from them.

Re: Dinner for one

by BlackTshirt

I know a place, but I can't remember the name offhand - I'll see if I can find it. I can tell you where it is though - if you're facing the gates of the MARQ museum, go left to the corner (it's a T intersection, away from the castle) and take a right. Just across the street you'll find a very busy hole in the wall cafeteria. The food is excellent and very cost effective as compared to the downtown places. Best time to go is Saturday around noon. Beware of the Spanish eating times as they don't really do a "dinner" per se.

Re: Dinner for one

by BlackTshirt

Okay, it's called La Alba. Enjoy!!

Re: Dinner for one

by nowingingit

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Travel Tips for Alicante

strolls

by DanielF

Spaniards love to take long promenades in the evening, when the sun gets lower and the heat is more clement. In Alicante, the place to walk is obviously the Esplanade and the sea front along the port and the beaches.

TRAINS

by Hosell

In Alicante,there is an international airport, EL ALTET,40KM.from Benidorm,also is well communicated by train and buses with the rest of Spain and Europe.
Picture Euromed at Alicante's trains station.

Explanada de Espana

by FamilyOfSix

The Explanada de Espana is the walkway which runs all along the front of Alicante. We would walk this every day and it really is rather nice. You can safely walk along here with families since it's separated from the road by a line of bushes.

The city puts out free wooden chairs every day, so just sit yourself down like the locals and watch the world go by...

The Esplanade

by barbskie

The heart and soul of the city and the most famous promenade stretching around the marina with its elegant tri colored marble tiles depicting the waves of the Mediterranean that add an attraction. The four rows of palm trees offering shade even in the heat of summer is a thing to wonder and admire. Alicante must be proud of their municipal architect Jose Guardiola Picy who created this design in the 1897. The best meeting point for the locals and travelers as well. Meandering along the Explanada means discovering the essence of the city, visiting stalls selling local handicrafts, having drinks or just sit on one of the benches freely offered to everone. During the summer months or Sunday morning sitting in the shade at the music pavilion you can listen to the free concerts held or during the city's many fiestas.

Action occurs inside the...

by lirk

Action occurs inside the Knossos'Palace. Guests have the mission of defeating the minotaur, using a laser crossbow, but only those who had resist the 12 levels, and had faced up successfully the 52 animatronics will complete it.

The attraction has been designed with 76 creatures, including 14 hydras, nymphs, ahuge dragon and a flock of pterodactyls among others...

Carriages have 2 rows where can shoot 3 people each one, all of them with it's personal laser crossbow. The target to defeat the minotaur is to shoot at the yellow points of light inside the creatures. If you fail son mani points you won't be able to rescue the captive princess, and you will hear the laugh of the minotaur.....consider yourself wardned ;). Try not to fail to complete the mission...it's a great end to see the rest of guests at the queue Knowing that you has defeated the minotaur.

Duration: 6min. 40seg.

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