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Located by the highway, in a village called La Gineta this large self-service was a very good solution for a good, quick and cheap buffet.
Updated Oct 2, 2012
Address: Autovia de Alicante, A-31, exits 55,56
Favorite thing: A short bus ride from the busy beaches of Alicante and Benidorm, Albacete is one of the most non touristy places I have ever been. The only other non spaniards I saw there were, like myself, playing in a chess tournament.
The atmosphere in the city was relaxed and welcoming. It was extremely pleasant to spend evenings in the central square sipping a beer amoungst three generations of locals. I went in the 1st week of september and it was over 30 degrees every day. To sum the city up in one word,it was relaxed.
For those more interested in the chess, the open I played in was rather strong with 1/3 of the players titled. It is on every september and another is on in april. Details can be found on the usual sites.
I stayed in the Hotel Albacete 20Epps pn. It was fine. Ate in one v nice place, 22E for fillet steak with fois gras! Can't remember the name tho, srry. Tapas or supermarket salads most days for next to nothing, no tourist traps in Albacete as no tourists 8-).
I suggest you start a trend.
Written Jan 26, 2010