Pension Milema

Simon Bolivar, 3, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife, Canary Islands, 38007, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Simon Bolivar, 3, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, is near Tenerife Auditorium (Auditorio de Tenerife), Casa de Los Balcones, Rambla del General Franco, and Teatro Guimera.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Pension Milema Santa Cruz de Tenerife

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz de Tenerife

My last two days in Tenerife

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 21, 2014

... be best to sleep in, enjoy my final day on the island, and take a much deserved trip to Las Terecitas! I woke up to eat breakfast, took a quick shower, threw on my beach clothes and ran down to the tram. Along the way, I picked up a few friends from the hospitals, and we decided it'd be cool to get some lunch before hitting the beach. Of all things we could find in Santa Cruz, we decided Subway was the best option, so I did in fact have a foot long Ham/Turkey Sub on Honey Oat bread ...

Gynecology

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 16, 2014

... session. I've really enjoyed going to this seminar, even though it's only once a week and rarely lasts an entire hour, because the topics we discuss are interesting and offer a new perspective on how to become a doctor in the modern medical system. Today our doctor emphasized the extreme importance of primary care in all medical systems in the world, and he explained to us that in order to truly improve public health, we have to develop strong ...

End of week 4

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 14, 2014

... People retire because they're old and they don't want to work anymore. These are the folks that are most vulnerable to sickness, as well as degenerative disorders like Alzheimer's, so they end up in the health system a lot. The problem is they don't speak Spanish, and doctors aren't guaranteed to speak English. This results in a mass inefficiency in care delivery and communication efforts; some doctors speak English relatively well (such as Paco and Magdalena), while others ...

Week3---WEEKEND---week4

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 11, 2014

... soup, fried cheese with honey and basil sauces, huge plates of chicken and ribs, and then finished the whole thing off with some cake. The people around me were mostly vegetarians, so I got to eat a lot of ribs and chicken--practically all of it actually--so by the time we got to the bus I was so full I felt like I was going to throw up. It was so worth it though.

It was so cool to meet our new fellows, and I loved going to the beach and seeing the mountains, so I had ...

Week 4

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 11, 2014

... the same as in the US. They are still jacks of all trades, and they often work with outpatients. What surprised me was the unit in the hospital, because I have never heard of inpatient internal medicine before--in fact, I don't know if it exists in the United States, at least not as internal medicine. I don't know how to characterize or differentiate these patients from others in the hospital, but essentially the patients we've been seeing all have ...