- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Pontevedra
... on shore for 4 hours looking for the pharmacist. This was our second time at Santa Cruz de Tenerife and we really enjoyed. We had a drink at a bar along the quayside and had an ice cream at a parlour a little further into the city centre. Just before the evening meal, we headed to the Glass House and sat on the open deck to have ...
... but I immediately (and with a fair degree of anxiety) asked him to not do that and please just concentrate on driving. He and the Germans thought this was hilarious and laughed at me and said everyone does this, but he did stop reading his text messages.
Santa Cruz was very lovely and has black volcanic sand on the beach. We had around 90 minutes here which we spetd walking around the streets, admiring the sea water pools and shops. Before going back to the ship the driver ...
... tram ride to the old capital San Cristobel de La Laguna was well the 'effort'. It sits high in the foothill of El Tiede, the 3rd or 5th highest volcano in the world, dependent on which guide you reference. The streets are a throw back to the 16th century and reflect the Spanish influence of that time. In fact, the layout was used as a blueprint and is mirrored in many of the Spanish cities of the New ...
... react to them." That is true except when one initiates change. I initiated change, big huge emotional change in my life this year. How I react to my decision colours my next steps. The trip to the Canary Islands provided me with a geographical distance to aid in the decision, healing, perspective ... Many word choices are possible. The bottom line is that I know ...
... we almost had to divert to Lisbon because of fuel concerns. We were happy to finally be on the ground in the right place!
Pelle had arranged for a driver to meet us for the hour long trip north to Santa Cruz....and so we arrived at our hotel after midnight. Tired and happy we hoped the next day would offer less excitement and more fun!
I plan to post our Santa Cruz visit in the next entry...so stay tuned for more!