Our Cool Honeymoon, Part 3

After a very exciting week in Bahia Feliz, we headed north. We took a very comfortable and fast bus to the center of Las Palmas, and from there took a short walk to our next hotel. For the last week we chose Hotel Reina Isabel, a beautiful and comfortable hotel on the beachfront. Reina Isabel is proud of its 9th floor spa which offers magnificent views of the sea and the bay. The best thing-it is included in the price! Another awesome feature is the outdoor pool on the 8th floor-again, fab! 

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We were very pleased with the hotel and its service. Upon arrival, we were upgraded to junior suite because the room we booked was taken! We really enjoyed that extra space 🙂 When the air temperatures started dropping outside, we moved from the beach to the spa and the gym for some exercise.

Museo Elder

Las Palmas has a lot to offer, but we limited ourselves to walking distances. We were thrilled to discover Museo Elder, the Science Museum, just 10 minutes away. Actually, Derek was thrilled more than me at first but then I read in the brochure in our hotel room that this is an interactive museum, which made me excited to go. The museum was really interactive-from sitting in an old fighter plane and being able to operate some commands to testing the speed of sound and visiting a space station, they had it all covered. We spent a whole day there.

dessertfilm

Oh, forgot this one-“us in the desert”, the film studio in the museum 🙂 Don’t we look good on big screen? 😛

RIdinner

And, of course, more dinners-I just had to put these two in because you can see the wine bottle on both, our favorite from the trip, the wine of our honeymoon 🙂 It’s of Spanish origin, San Valentin from Torres. We brought a few bottles in our suitcases back to Austria 😉

I think all honeymoons are beautiful and cool, simply because they are honeymoons. That’s what makes them so special and unique. Do you agree?

Hope you enjoyed this report!

Nina

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