Bungalows Marbella Golf
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... are still lived in by families with farmland in the area.
4. See the sights at Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Make sure you don some sturdy shoes for your day at Las Palmas de Gran Canaria - there's plenty to fit in. Don't miss Casa de Colon, where Colombus took some time out between his ocean adventures, or the Museo Canario, which recounts the island's grizzly pre-conquest past. The 15th-century cathedral should also be high up your must-see list. ...
... thriving in the volcanic soil. However, some areas appear barren due to the rocky terrain, and the acres of chicken wire covering some of the steeper areas to prevent boulders falling on those below, does little to enhance the visual appeal or to alleviate this rough, harsh effect. Although, bright and lush flowers poked their blossoms defiantly out from the chicken wire, determined in their optimism.
Narrow, windy and endless mountain roads lead high into the ...
... to it. The town was covered in Palm trees and the air temperature was 25°C. This is at current, my favourite port. The waters in Gran Canaria were very turquoise, creating the Caribbean feel. Along the quayside and throughout the town, there were many palm trees. After walking from the ship, we went to the adjacent shopping centre where there was free wifi. Thankfully it let me upload ...
... of the city ... so we chose to head there rather than looking around the town proper.
We strolled the 3-miles of Playa de Las Canteras. The weather wasn't great but we had a good time taking in the sights and sounds on and around the ...
... over the big climb and Martin shuttled to the top. He was so excited to get to take the downhill at full speed without me. He cycled on to lunch at 33.5 miles with elevation gains of 3815 ft and max speeds of 45 mph. Lunch was on the water in Playa de Mogan where we watched scuba, swimming and beach goers. It was a fantastic coastal paradise. We shuttled back to the hotel with me drinking lots of electrolytes. Our hotel room was the darkest room I ...