Hotel Can Cuch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Il de Frace, the United States, the Olympic. Wood paneling, classic service, tableside preperations, and not being rushed. Takes you back to a different time and place. Pictures of our dinner are someplace in the string of photos of the day. Today was just the kind of touring that lowers your blood pressure, expands your waistline and brings a smile to your face. Hi, it's Rose again. Didn't Arthur do a great job? Give him a sout out so I can have another day ...
... Jayne came up and I asked had she given the key to reception? Jayne had rung the bell but this being Manyana Ville, the person who was meant to be on reception had found a bed and simply rolled over. Jayne had then put the key into the post box. A slight problem, we were locked in and time was now becoming tight.
And cue Panic Mode - The fence was too high to climb but further on down there was a wall which looked scalable. We managed to get Jayne ...
... see some waves breaking over at certain parts. We noticed one boat that looked to be heading out and had a chat to the lady who was selling the charter tickets. She told us that this would probably be the only boat going out today, the bigger sailing ships weren't heading out and it was unlikely that this one would be going out ...
... s plenty on offer but we've been a bit disappointed with the local scran. We'd both had a hankering for some authentic tapas and were told to head down to the harbour. The place seemed authentic enough but we had the feeling that the food had been commodified. The meatballs were the same ones you get in a tin in any good supermercados. Shame really, but one dish I wanted to try was Pimmento Du Padron, basically it's a chilli cooked in ...
Arrived in Teneriffe at 7am. Still pitch black and raining. However we were ashore and in the city by 9am and the skies brightened into a lovely warm day. After walking round for a while to see the sights we found that there was a tram that took a 45 minute ride up high into the hills. This gave us some great views of both the city, the coast and the mountains behind including in the distance the volcano at Tiede. The other end of the tram line ...