Residencial El Llano
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Residencial El Llano Valle Gran Rey
Travel Blogs from Valle Gran Rey
... swim but the sea was freezing so he didn't stay in long! We also had a sangria demonstration ;). Thursday was a quiet day and Friday morning we went for a horse ride at a surprisingly nice place. Mike even rode in an English saddle like a champ! Saturday we toured around more of the island and Sunday we returned El Ray (sadly!) and hopped on a bus bound for Santa Cruz along with all the dressed up kids headed that way for Carnaval! Now we are in Santa Cruz for a few days until we ...
... rustic cottage with views of Teide from the roof terraces. Keys delivered by Jorge and family at 16.30. We drive to Icod, the nearest big town to get supplies from the supermarket. How busy it ll seems in comparison with La Gomera! Tired we return home to cook dinner and relax with a glass or two of wine watching Midnight in ...
... off for a final evening walk along the coast path to the local cemetery. There's a beautiful sunset as we walk back an excellent way to end our last day in La Gomera. Back at the flat we have a salad supper eating and drinking all left overs before adjourning to the bar to say farewell to Tony and Vernon. They go by 22.30 as they have an early start we play 3 games of pool, I'm not good, before ...
... tradition. Luckily in he adjacent bar there is football on the TV. The locals are in including members of yesterday's football team and one lone Athletic Bilbao supporter. The result was a disappointment for him Real Sociedad 2 Athetic Bilbao 0 but a fun session. Hungry we look at all the restaurants an eventually decide on the local fish restaurant as they do pasta as well. It's a lovely meal and we take longer than expected so the bar at Santa Ana is shut so a relatively early ...
... and they lose again. Santiago 0 : San Andres 1 We amble round the town choose a cafe on the seafront for lunch, which was fine but the waitress particularly miserable, I remember her from last year. We then wlk along the seafront before ascending the steps back to Santa Ana. A relaxing swim in the indoor pool before tea and the music quiz in the bar which we win! A great relaxing ...