Hotel Riu Palace Tres Islas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... fruit... Lazing by the pool, we topped up our tan and I even managed to get sunburnt feet! Although cold, the pool was a welcome place to cool-off.
Soaking up every last ray of sunshine, we didn't head to dinner until 8.30pm and walked along the gorgeous water front, back to Playa Cucharas for my birthday dinner - the waiter treated me to a sparkler in my drink (just like at Valentines haha). Our last day ...
... with a welcoming pool and a complementary bottle of wine. Sitting on the deck for our first dinner of Spanish meats, cheeses and fresh bread, we soak up the last few rays of the day.
Saturday 7th June
Beach day! After a lovely lie in, we walk the coastal route from Playa Bastian to Playa de Las Cucharas where we find ourselves, conveniently, at a beach-side bar. The BEST piņa colada I've ever had! We spend a very lazy afternoon sunbathing, swimming and ...