Casa Grande de Cornide
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
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... with cheese topped with salmon and anchovy, roasted tiny black potato with two sauces and a fantastic Spanish desert made from chocolate, coffee, almonds, liquor, cake and cream. I shot my diet on that. At the end of lunch the waiter gave us complimrntary hazelnut liquors. I felt so continental. The whole lunch cost 36.30 euros...less than $40. The walk back through the city to the port was just as much fun. Santa Cruz de Tenetife had the European ...
... bell for reception, but we were running out of time. I slung the bags over, climbed the wall and jumped over to freedom. Jayne decided then that she would just ring someone's apartment and ask them for the key to the gate. She said she'd give them some money for waking them up. There was no need to ring the bell really but she did and hadn't noticed Mrs. Lady in her cotton nightie on the balcony above, offering her key, who no doubt had been woken by our ...
... in the day. She also told us that it going to be pretty rough. Jayne isn't the greatest fan of sea travel, but she agreed to jump aboard. The boat was about 40 foot long with an upper and lower deck, we chose the upper deck. Once we got out of the harbour you could see the condition of the sea.
Jayne wasn't too happy and ...
... and sprinkled with rock salt. I wanted to see how it was done as I've got a pile of these chillies growing in the greenhouse. So that's one ticked off the list. We didn't really search out foodie places but I'm sure there's some decent stuff out there. I also tried barbecued Rabbit, purely because it's not something I usually see on a menu.
We walked through the monsoon and had a beer in the Bamboo Bar which is a bit of an ...
Arrived in Teneriffe at 7am. Still pitch black and raining. However we were ashore and in the city by 9am and the skies brightened into a lovely warm day. After walking round for a while to see the sights we found that there was a tram that took a 45 minute ride up high into the hills. This gave us some great views of both the city, the coast and the mountains behind including in the distance the volcano at Tiede. The other end of the tram line ...