Hotel Riu Arecas
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
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... the coastline into the hills and small towns which are so typical of the mediteranean countries having white stone exteriors with balconies and colourful tiled steps; several have awnings and most have window shutters. Properties near the ocean vary from the larger hotels in towns to whole developments of apartment blocks often isolated on the coast and in various states of construction; clearly the recent poor economic situation has, or is, taking its ...
... you get invited over for dinner and the slide show- forced to sit there and ooh and ah for all the hours of video footage I have here. Yes technology has made our life better folks! Now you can watch or not watch at your own leisure and also not have to sit through the angry exclamations of your host as he/she struggles with the projection screen that just will not go up right!
Gotta love the 80's!
So I hope you enjoy this ...
Last lie in of the holiday so we made sure it was a good one! Then a long shower to make the most of the facilities before packing up and tidying around the apartment. I wanted to see the sea one last time so we went for a stroll along the beach where we stopped for brunch (a great idea brunch...you get breakfasty food mixed with lunchtime food and its served all morning long!). I had ...
Didn't do all that much today so only a short post. Went for a walk in the morning and brought pastries for breakfast ... we had a huge pain au raison and a chocolate croissant! We then just sat on the beach, watching the waves and the surfers. It was so calming and relaxing. The sun was warming but there was a gentle breeze. We talked about how nice ...
Day trip to Loro Park today!! After a breakfast of croissants, we decided to walk there as it was only a mile away along the beach. The yellow train which ferries tourists from the centre of Puerto de la Cruz to Loro Park overtook us, and although a little envious of not being aboard a bright yellow train, I was happy now that we were walking the right way! We arrived early, but weren't queuing for it to open (we're not THAT touristy - though we did collect a park ...