Colina Mar Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Arrived at Las Palmas at 10am and it was beautifully warm. We set off through the city to the lovely long beach area. There was a wide promenade are and we walked a couple of km along it and the beach. Had a cup of tea and cake watching the surfers at the break at the end of the beach near the theatre. Walked back into ...
... not surprising since they are in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
There is a huge hotel here that has 2000 rooms but only 6 storeys high.......very sprawling with lots of gardens.
Nearly one half of the island is a UNESCO Biosphere reserve.......especially the area of the sand dunes where we were to protect the birds and fish that live there. People are not allowed in. We were impressed by this.
Back at the boat we took in some ...
... are still lived in by families with farmland in the area.
4. See the sights at Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Make sure you don some sturdy shoes for your day at Las Palmas de Gran Canaria - there's plenty to fit in. Don't miss Casa de Colon, where Colombus took some time out between his ocean adventures, or the Museo Canario, which recounts the island's grizzly pre-conquest past. The 15th-century cathedral should also be high up your must-see list. ...
... sailing or boats so how did they come to be here? The most recent research suggests they share a similar genetic code to the European tribe of Barbarians; the name Barbarian originates from a phrase which roughly translates as ‘I cannot understand you.’ So, the connotation of barbarian meaning uncivilised is somewhat erroneous.
Visiting the local museum in Christopher Columbus square was a lovely way to get an overview of the island’s history ...
... to the Madeira blog *yay* In the afternoon, we headed to the beach and had some lunch in one of the beachside restaurants. It was very warm but very windy so it didn't feel too hot. Unfortunately we both burnt. We re-embarked ahead of the sailing time and I headed to deck 18 to join my friends. The boys kicked a football overboard, so before sailing, the Environmental Officer had to ...