Travel Blogs from Maspalomas
During my very short stay here, I happened across a performance by singers and dancers dressed in traditional costumes. I especially liked the men dancers’ outfits with their two layers of breeches and knitted leg-warmers.
I joined a hop-on-hop-off bus tour to see as much as possible and to get myself to the south part of the city, where the original town ...
... first stopped at a little restaurant along the coast that overlooked the water. What a hidden gem that was. Afterward we went down to the pier where the ferry to Tenerife comes in. Then we moved on and grabbed a drink a little further along before heading up to the lighthouse to watch the sunset. On the way back we were hoping to catch the en of the Madrid/Chelsea game but it was too late. We went for dinner that night and ...
... up Colin in the process. Reluctantly, we walked over to the markets and had tapas for dinner. I say reluctantly because Colin wasn't feeling too well from being in the sun. We left shortly after and retired to our room for the night.
Sunday was a fairly low-key day. We FaceTimed, we played Scrabble, we ate a terrible breakfast and dinner at our hotel but enjoyed a delicious lunch of chicken Milanese and tomato salad at a little cafe. ...
... sat next to us! It was a great start to the over 4 hour flight ahead of us. I didn't know anything about the Canary Islands or it's whereabouts besides the fact that the bird was actually named after the Islands. The flight was fine beside the fact that EasyJet likes to nickel and dime (or should I say pence and Euro-cent?) you for ...
... from the beach and boardwalk so we took a few days to just enjoy the pool and sample some local rum before we ventured to the sea to check out the views of the sand dunes and lighthouse. One thing we did notice on this walk was that if there was ever a zombie outbreak they could easily go unnoticed in a resort town for quite some time. There are a number of over-sunned, over-drunk, over-heated and generally stumbling glassy eyed ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed