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... beer. The papas are boiled in very salty water with the skin and served like that, but its the mojo that is the important part of the meal. We then walked down the paseo by the sea for a while, on the left we had the buildings and moutains, and on the right we had the vast sea filled with ships, tankers, cargo ships and three oil drilling platforms under construction, so that scenery was not the best.
Location: Las Palmas
For most of the trip over to Las Palmas I had a bad feeling about the apartment I rented out; for some reason I made my self believe that it was scam, that the apartment did not exist and the previous tenant I wired the money to would just disappear. I met with this tenant in Milano the day before leaving, I asked a couple ...
... Vegueta. The architecture is Spanish and Canarian. Unfortunately, the Museum of the Canaries closed at 2 pm (on a Saturday!), but I did visit the Cathedral of Santa Ana and Columbus House Museum. Christopher Columbus stopped and stayed in the Canary Islands on each of his four expeditions, to provision his ships and prepare for his voyages of discovery of the New World (what he thought was India).
... whether you are going to get large waves, how long it will take, will there be any major accidents on the way. Will the crew get on your nerves after a week? Despite all these considerations life rapidly gathers a normal pace. With at least three weeks to go the voyage feels like it will take a very long time to complete.
It turns out there is plenty of room on the boat and with four people who ...
... first stopped at a little restaurant along the coast that overlooked the water. What a hidden gem that was. Afterward we went down to the pier where the ferry to Tenerife comes in. Then we moved on and grabbed a drink a little further along before heading up to the lighthouse to watch the sunset. On the way back we were hoping to catch the en of the Madrid/Chelsea game but it was too late. We went for dinner that night and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLiberty Apartments Playa del Ingles
This is a great place to stay if you're vacationing on a budget. The suites have fully equipped kitchens, and were very clean and nice! The pool is awesome, and sheltered so it gets nice and hot out there in the afternoon. Its a 20 minute walk to the beach, but it's a nice walk, with lots of cute little stores and restaurants on the way. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The food at the bar was reasonably priced as well as delicious! We had an awesome time there, and I definitely would go back.
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