Iberostar Grand Hotel El Mirador

Address: Avda. Bruselas s/n, Costa De Adeje, Tenerife, Canary Islands, 38660 , Spain and Canary Islands | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel is located on Avda. Bruselas s/n, Costa De Adeje.
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      Travel Blogs from Costa De Adeje

      My last two days in Tenerife

      A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 21, 2014

      ... down to Santa Cruz for dinner, and we all looked super snazzy for our farewell party. We all met outside this incredibly fancy restaurant (the Casino--not like Las Vegas casinos, but more like social clubs), and took an obnoxious amount of group photos, selfies and final shots with friends. When we finally ended up going inside this restaurant--which was the most upscale place I've ever been in (and probably ever will be in)--we were escorted to one of the most fancy dining halls ...

      Gynecology

      A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 16, 2014

      ... Laguna, the doctors were very concerned about the baby's development, but they induced her labor (for reasons I don't really know the details of). She ended up having the baby at 26 weeks--last Friday--and now she's recovering on the unit. Her blood pressure is very high, and she is experiencing excessive uterine bleeding, but Laura explained to her that this is very normal and that her recovery is promising and encouraging. This patient spoke NO Spanish at ...

      End of week 4

      A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 14, 2014

      ... creating a huge cave where animals and vegetation can form. We got to see one of the largest in the world, and it was one of the most unique things I've ever experienced. Everything was completely pitch black, which is why our helmets had lights attached to them. The floor of this cave was extremely rugged and hard to walk on, and the roof was rough and covered with micro stalactites. We trudged our way through the cave with our guide, learning about the different kinds of ...

      A trail run for renewed real travelling

      A travel blog entry by womblepeter on Jun 13, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... papers is one of chance as the local hotels often sell out to their own early riser customers.
      Having feed our minds and bodies it was time to explore before the heat of the day hit the low 30' degree. Hopping onto a local bus we headed north for about an hour; the coastline is fascinating following the ups and downs of the steep foothills, crossing huge deep dry gullies carved over centuries by torrential waters. The journey tends to zigzag to ...

      Week3---WEEKEND---week4

      A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 11, 2014

      ... trip, and since it's been awhile since any of us have had semi-American food, we all dug in.

      The next morning, we went on a hike in a northern part of the island called Teno--a mountainous region. Since we were at such a high elevation, the vegetation was very similar to that of deserts--all kinds of cactus and weird flowers/shrubs that only grow in places where water is in short supply. The views from the trail were totally amazing; we were right on the edge of the ...