Apartamentos Catalina Park
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... found the bus station where a very helpful girl told us which bus to catch to visit the old part of the city which was pedestrianised and really pleasant. Another bus took us back along the waterfront to return to the ship for some very late lunch, some time with our books and watching the sail away and then dinner and ...
... with our cocktail and then made our way to the GRAND which is the "formal" dining room. Another great meal of Cauliflower soup, shrimp cocktail (I was full at that point) and then seared Halibut followed by Creme Brule (which only one of us had)
Then some entertainment, a hypnotist in the large theatre followed by a swing band in the Music Hall.........and so to bed. A good but tiring day and luckily no sunburn in spite of this hot African ...
... the mercury at home takes a nose-dive. In fact, the thermometer rarely dips below 20°C. So, aside from landing yourself an out-of-season tan (smug, much?), what's on the agenda for a winter break to this Spanish crowd-pleaser? Read on for our top 10 tips…
1. Camel riding on Playa de Maspalomas
A trip to Gran Canaria wouldn't be complete without paying respect to its colossal dunes at Maspalomas The beach itself runs for 6 kilometres before ...
... interesting and inspiring woman, battle hardened and highly educated, well worth a google. 1599 saw Frances Drake defeated. The Dutch then made a strong campaign, successfully conquering the city of Las Palmas but not quite the whole island, holding the entire territory only for a short time until losing it to guerrilla forces. Later, Admiral Nelson claimed Gran Canaria as part of the British Empire in the 19th Century, and so this push and pull of cultural influences ...
... to it. The town was covered in Palm trees and the air temperature was 25°C. This is at current, my favourite port. The waters in Gran Canaria were very turquoise, creating the Caribbean feel. Along the quayside and throughout the town, there were many palm trees. After walking from the ship, we went to the adjacent shopping centre where there was free wifi. Thankfully it let me upload ...