Parador de la Gomera

Address: Cerro de la Horca S/N, San Sebastián de la Gomera, Gomera, Canary Islands, 38800, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cerro de la Horca S/N, San Sebastián de la Gomera, is near Garajonay National Park, Valle Gran Rey, Puerto de Santiago, and Alto de Garojonay.
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      Banana biking

      A travel blog entry by peekageek on Dec 28, 2014

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      ... They served us a delicious salad buffet and the biggest pan of Paella I have ever seen. Everyone said there Thanks and most people boarded the bus to head out. We took the afternoon to enjoy some deck time and a trip to the hotel spa. Martin got a massage and I got a full set of exfoliating treatments followed by a massage. Tonight is our final night in the Canary Islands and we are sad to ...

      Island exploration

      A travel blog entry by peekageek on Dec 27, 2014

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      ... hoped in the van to the top. I rode up the 6 miles to catch the group for an amazing demonstration. They had a man who uses a wooden pole to move from rock to rock and jump down the side of the mountains. It is an old skill that they are trying to keep alive by creating challenges and competitions. Is strength was amazing. Martin jumped on the bike for another long downhill and I got back in the van. We all met up ...

      Our epic travel day

      A travel blog entry by peekageek on Dec 26, 2014

      15 photos

      ... up with the vans and our bikes everyone got themselves ready to ride. I took the shuttle past the first big climb to avoid the big downhill ride. Martin was thrilled to get some good down hill time that he earned with a climb. The ride thru the National park is actually the crater of a volcano. It seems a lot like you are on the moon with rocks and little vegetation. The bus and car traffic was very heavy and we passed a gondola station were ...

      Bye bye Tenerife, hello cold London

      A travel blog entry by amtae on Nov 30, 2014

      10 photos

      ... end on a sad or pessimistic note. What I can say at least, is that there will be other experiences to be had and cool new people to be met. You just need to make it happen. So make it happen girls and boys! I like the way Cecile bade me Au Revoir and Bon Voyage in her heavy French accent with Glaswegian inflections. She comes from Volvic originally, but lived Scotland most of her ...

      Day Eight (falling in love with Sebastián)

      A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 08, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

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      It really is most beautifully spectacular.

      I rose for an early walk wandering down to the broad beach where the swim patrol team were setting up for the day ahead and wandered amid the rows and rows of blue and white beach-chairs and canvas shelters people must be able to rent for their day at the beach. There were only a few people about (the Spanish don't seem to have much regard for mornings) and very few swimmers in the water.

      I returned ...