Luabay Costa Adeje
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... back and forth to the bar from the pool. Aside from that though it was a gorgeous spot and had some great restaurants along the boardwalk and beaches to check out. After that we drove up the coast to Playa de San Juan and then Puerto Santiago for a great late lunch. On the way home we stopped at Los Cristianos for a look around but it seemed to just be the same as Playa de las Americas but circa 1976. On Monday we booked ourselves into the cheapest accommodation we could find ...
... at least you get the feel of the city. We stopped in town at an 8 story department store called El Corte Ingles and made our way up the escalators to the top floor where we got a panoramic view of the city and port from the cafeteria. Another coffee and some fried sweet bread, like the ship doesn't feed us enough, and we began walking the city. Once again we found the beautiful fresh market with meats, fruits, olives, nuts, and flowers. ...
Last day but no rush as evening flight. We pack and tidy, make salad rolls for the journey out of left overs! We leave to complete the round trip of the island by heading south to Lis Gigantes. These dramatic cliffs don't disappoint. They are high, black with a sheer drop to the blue ocean. The weather is much warmer in the south, wish I'd put more sunscreen on. Driving along the coast to Puerto de Santiago then a stop for afternoon coffee at Playa de San ...
Luckily it's a fine day with only a few clouds. After the snowfall last Thursday it was to icy to go on Friday, then a one way from south to north over the peak ruled out the weekend which meant today was our only chance. It didn't disappoint! We leave around 11.00 and are on the mountain road by 12.00. It's a very scenic climb with only a few clouds to start with however we stop at a mirador to take photos and the cloud just sweeps in obliterating ...
... in a locals bar then take the tram down to Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz has a different feel in the sunshine and it's a pleasant walk along the by the docks before taking the return tram back up to La Laguna. We drive back yet again along the same stretch of road, the fourth time! Decide to stop at San Juan de la Rambla which proves to be a little gem in comparison with La Guancha. Two good bars where it is fun to watch the football amongst the locals. Back home for DVD and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center