Gloria Palace Amadores Thalasso & Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... were just terrible. I had horrible muscle cramping pain and shaking. We continued on to try to make it to the first stop but I got slower and slower. Finally Martinna arrived with the van and I was done after 14 miles. I shuttled to the first rest stop where I drank some 7up. Ava diagnosed that I was suffering from dehydration due to the altitude changes. They had warned us to stay hydrated since it is hard to tell how much fluid you lose. I rode in ...
... to have that happen. We ended our ride at 22 miles and only 1260 ft of elevation gain. We left our hotel at 3140 ft elevation and ended the day sea level. We shuttled the rest of the way to our new hotel which Jakub promised was next to the sea. The hotel was an amazing facility sitting just off the beach making it feel very private. Our hotel guide took us on a tour if the facility ...
... tuna. Next course are small canary potatoes cooked and covered in a local sauce. Finally sautéed chicken breasts and French fries. Everyone began to get to know each other as we enjoyed coffee and teas to finish our meal. Our bikes are outfitted with our pedals and fit adjustments are made to ensure a comfortable ride. Leaving lunch on bikes we began to experience the many climbs of this trip. The weather was hazy but the views are still amazing. ...
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 ...