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Out and About in Teneriffe

Out and About in Teneriffe

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Although my preference was to laze around the pool the WHOLE holiday… in reality, this was never going to happen. Our two boisterous toddlers craved a change of scenery, and luckily, come rain or shine, Tenerife has a lot of family-friendly attractions on offer.

We didn’t visit every place that was recommended to us. It would have been expensive and time-consuming, but there was no end of choice from young children to teenagers. Here are just a few we encountered – and some we would have liked to have gone to. Maybe next time…

To read this blog from Ting on the Top Five Things to Do in Tenerife, click here.

Ting Dalton writes a really good blog called Travel Monkey and can be found tweeting @my_travelmonkey .

This article about places to visit in Teneriffe contains some really good tips. Teneriffe was a great holiday for one of our other guest bloggers who travelled with her twins to Parque Santiago 2.

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