Aparthotel il Rondo
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... over the big climb and Martin shuttled to the top. He was so excited to get to take the downhill at full speed without me. He cycled on to lunch at 33.5 miles with elevation gains of 3815 ft and max speeds of 45 mph. Lunch was on the water in Playa de Mogan where we watched scuba, swimming and beach goers. It was a fantastic coastal paradise. We shuttled back to the hotel with me drinking lots of electrolytes. Our hotel room was the darkest room I ...
... the amenities including a gorgeous room. The bathroom has a deep bath tub with a door entry. It has jets, air and light chromotherapy. I have never had a bath featuring lights for relaxation. After a shower we changed into our suits and walked a block down to the beach. It was a very windy day so there was no swimming but there is an extensive boardwalk area along the waterside with shops ...
... rock formations are very breath taking. We also discovered that these islands are the training rides for many of the professional cyclists. We saw several sets of pro cyclists headed up and down the big climbs. Martin looked and saw team sky, Tinkof Saxo, Movistar and Garmin Sharp were several of the riders we passed. Martin really enjoys the down hills so staying together was a bit difficult. Backroads provides turn by turn sheets but I did not ...
We slept in and ate breakfast buffet on the 23rd floor restaurant. We headed down to the beach to check on where we have to meet the group tomorrow. The beach is full of vacationing families and many people taking surfing lessons. We walked up and down enjoying an outdoor lunch ...
Soundtrack: O Holy Night by Sufjan Stevens
A Greek, an Italian, a German, a Swiss, and three Texans walk into a bar… It sounds like the beginning of a joke but it's just a description of the crew of Aolele, the jaw-dropping 17-meter catamaran that is in the final stages of preparing to leave the Canary Islands and head across the Atlantic for the Caribbean. And one of those Texans on the crew is me! [Little did some of you realize that ...