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... is a better appreciation for myself and how I'm different and similar from my peers; I've learned that I can't always fit in with others, that I'm not always going to be able to follow along or go with the crowd. Instead, I've decided that the best thing for me to do is to find those who I can connect with at any time they give me and enjoy that time to its maximum potential. Even if it's just a quick coffee in the hospital café, a tram ride back to the residencia, a run ...
... the entire conversation was in English, and she asked Laura for permission to leave that day. It was her birthday, and her husband had been sleeping in the hospital since the day she arrived (about two weeks--talk about a devoted husband), so she wanted to be able to experience the island and celebrate her day with him. Laura told her that since she had progressed so well, it would be fine for her to leave, and the woman was more than grateful to her for ...
... on Friday, my friends and I decided to go to the beach. We've had such a long week, and since this is our last weekend together, we wanted to spend as much time with each other as possible. Las Terecitas has never been more beautiful than it was that day, though the wind blew the sand all over the place and pelted the **** out of us! The sun was out and shining, and the sky has only been as blue as it's ever been here in Tenerife. I got to lay out on the sand and dip my feet ...
... countries growl and rasp the bass tones. Meanwhile I somehow manage to say my "thank you, please, sorry, hello,etc. in any other language than whoever it is I am addressing. The bars and cafes are tourist orientated, it is indeed a tourist place and the attraction is the perfect climate, good swimming or surfing, ample restraunts and bars together with warmish sea for this time of the year. For people enjoying their holidays or early retirement it could ...
... ocean floor wasn't even visible anymore--one of the most terrifying/liberating things I've ever done. Luckily the current wasn't that strong where we were, so we all made it out and back to the shore. I had a really good time with the other fellows, and I got an awesome work out and tan, so it was a successful beach day for sure! We had lunch at this little restaurant about an hour away from the beach, where we ate fried chicken and potatoes. It was one of the best meals we've eaten ...
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Hotel from hell
dont go food cold if there was any no entertainment at all day or night rooms so small had to move bed each time i wanted to open wardrobe or so called balcony door do not ever take kids there nothing at all for them to do pool so small on 3rd floor of hotel it looked like a hostel staff not helpfull at all dont waste your time to even think its cheap pay extra anywhere at get a good holiday
ive just spent a week on what i can call a holiday from hell.
I returned yesterday from the Hotel Acuario in Puerto de la Cruz and I can whole heartedly say that it was the most disappointing All Inclusive experience that I have ever been on.
We have just returned this morning from a week Half Board at the Hotel Acuario. When we woke up the first morning (having arrived at 3a.m.) I was in tears. It was such a disappointment.
Was looking for a cheap hotel in Tenerife, and couldn't find any cheaper than this, £80 per person for 5 nights All Inclusive.
Myself and my girlfriend visited the Acuario Hotel from the 21st July to the 29th July 2006 on an all inclusive basis booked through teletext holidays. On arrival we were greeted by a charming receptionist who gave us our armband and showed us where our room was. We stayed in a block of rooms attached to the main hotel, our room had 2 balconies and was of adequate size for 2 young adults. We was very impressed that the rooms were cleaned everyday and our shower was repaired without us knowing. I would not recommend the Acuario for elederly tourists or tourists with heart complaints as the hotel is situated on top of a very steep hill and some distance from the beach and main shopping precient. The food is also very impressive with a wide selection of food available 3 times a day 7 days a week, although the dessert selection is quite limited. Overall we were very satisified with the hotel although evening entertainment and more activities for children would make the hotel better, We found the staff very helpful and friendly. Our advice is go to the Acuario on a all inclusive basis you will get more value for money, don't expect to be entertained and be prepared to either walk a lot or book taxis, which are very cheap anyway, (4 euros to town).
My family and I decided to book a late deal and teletext came up as a good deal, how wrong we were to chose this hotel.
Arrived at the hotel around 3pm in the afternoon,was placed on sixth floor so as previous person mentioned, we had to walk up from fifth floor,
We stayed all inclusive in this hotel over Christmas