Off to Benidorm

waddy999

Winger
My mate has had an apartment there for years and loves it. We had a good catch up last weekend in the Dun Cow in Durham. He flies back on Thursday. ๐Ÿ˜Ž
 

JAZZMANB

Striker
It's a laugh. You wouldn't take your family there for a holiday I don't think, but for you and your mates it's just a good laugh. Decent enough bars, lovely beach. Free shots for just walking in some of the bars, loads of tribute acts, loads of acts to give you a laugh. Certainly worth going.
Thousands of families go every year,there's water parks and terra mittica etc ,a great beach and great hotels .The mad strip is a few hundred yards of a massive resort
 

hullmackem

Striker
Me and the lass (no) just booked for 4 days next week for a little cheap piss up break.

Whos been before and whats the best stories yous have....surely there must be a few



(also if anyone has been, any recommendations?)
Went in July this year for the 3rd time. This is the only time I remember most of it. The other times I've been mostly paralytic.

With your lass I'd stay away from the daft lads strip and head to the seafront and old town. Unless you want to see strippers, 16 year olds puking, birds dancing with boobies out and grown adults engaging in sexy times in the street ๐Ÿ˜‰
It's great if you visit the right part. If the new town isn't your thing, (it's not mine), then it is hell. If you like quaint and Spanish, there are loads of side streets in the "real" old town that are lovely. The surrounding areas, (Albir and Altea) are beautiful and are a โ‚ฌ1.50 bus ride and a world away.

Too many people go to the new town and think that that's all Beni has to offer.


StickyStar is all over the new town. You'll see her posters everywhere. If that's your thing then the sex on segway show is also a must, as well as the dwarf sex show. :eek:

There are some great tribute acts here, depending on your musical tastes. Benidorm Tom (Jones) is legendary. He's on at Talk Of The Coast nightly at 9pm, followed by a Manc comedian called Jimmy Bright.

I can be seen all over town doing various shows but I wouldn't recommend any of them. :lol:

Enjoy.
Altea is great, we saw the dwarf show in Chaplins ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ wtf
 
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MackemRocker

Full Back
Went in July this year for the 3rd time. This is the only time I remember most of it. The other times I've been mostly paralytic.

With your lass I'd stay away from the daft lads strip and head to the seafront and old town. Unless you want to see strippers, 16 year olds puking, birds dancing with boobies out and grown adults engaging in sexy times in the street ๐Ÿ˜‰

Altea is great, we saw the dwarf show in Chaplins ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ wtf
daft lads strip it is
 

Charlestonian

Midfield
Me and the lass (no) just booked for 4 days next week for a little cheap piss up break.

Whos been before and whats the best stories yous have....surely there must be a few



(also if anyone has been, any recommendations?)
Old town is class, Pig and Whistle is decent for a drink, Tapas Alley is class to pick your way down as well.

People will tell you itโ€™s scratter heaven, and it is, but itโ€™s also what you make of it!

Enjoy mate!
 

alisafc

Central Defender
There's a good chunk of people who are decent hard working but feel a bit intimated by posh resorts/hotels/dining etc and I suppose Beni is very inclusive .Its also canny posh in places and very popular with lots of Spaniards .
Couldn't have said it any better , there is something for everyone. Lots and lots of Spaniards on a weekend
 
As you're a rocker, incidentally, if you go to the Lavante beach, up your end, there's Heartbreak bar that has a fantastic ACDC tribute on a couple of nights a week. Well worth seeing. There's A Pink Floyd tribute too but I haven't seen them cos I'd rather gouge out my eyes than listen to that shite. :lol:
Both sound good to me. Are you still impersonating Mrs. Slowcombe?
 

Dodgy

Winger
The Western Saloon, on the main street have some great light rock acts on. Chris Chronos is a cracking fella and particularly good.
If you catch him, ask him to do Sound Of Silence. Frighteningly good. Tell him Cameron told you to ask him.
Both sound good to me. Are you still impersonating Mrs. Slowcombe?
Something like that. :lol:

In seriousness, I do an 80's show, a tribute to the music of Vince Clarke, a comedy/vocal show and a Robbie tribute.

Better than working for a living, marra.
 
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The Western Saloon, on the main street have some great light rock acts on. Chris Chronos is a cracking fella and particularly good.
If you catch him, ask him to do Sound Of Silence. Frighteningly good. Tell him Cameron told you to ask him.


Something like that. :lol:

In seriousness, I do an 80's show, a tribute to the music of Vince Clarke, a comedy/vocal show and a Robbie tribute.

Better than working for a living, marra.
Sounds good mate - I will get out there sometime at least for a weekend.
 

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