Mauro Camera, who runs the successful Bamboo Sushi Club, has now opened another spot. Called Patagonia, the restaurant located just across the street from his sushi place, and features Argentinian-style grilled meats, empanadas, vegetarian plates and more. Call 2653-0612 for more info.In other news of openings, local Carl Wilson has opened Sangria Lounge Bar at the old Caroline’s location, a little west of Super 2001. The hours are 7 p.m.-1 a.m.If you don’t feel like going out, but still want restaurant food, then there’s TicoToGo, a restaurant and supermarket delivery company started by the great chef Derek Furlani (who is still cooking and doing private catering.) The service now works with more than 25 restaurants including Kahikai, Noguis, Wok N Roll, Seasons and more. For more, call 8648-6912.For the spiritually inclined, Lyle Watson at has finally launched Tamarindo Church, which now features services every Sunday at 10 a.m. The church is located in the old El Coyote restaurant on the road to Villareal. There is m ore information at www.tamarindochurch.com.Lyle and his wife Stacey are offering a Parenting Children Course this February for parents and caregivers of children ages 0-10. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.–Ellen Zoe Goldenellenzoe@aol.com Facebook Comments No related posts.
RelatedFive flights for £50 or lessFive flights for £50 or less7 Super City Breaks for Under £70!7 Super City Breaks for Under £70!6 flights for under £65Six cheap flights, six great reasons to book your next break. Autumn is the perfect time for a super city break; the weather is still warm (but it’s not too hot), and the crowds have gone so you’ll be able to see the true character of the city without the high prices and queues! Take a look at our six super flight bargains for £60 or less Cologne, Germany – £40 The ‘Bauhaus’ (beer halls) of Cologne will keep you toasty warm on a chilly autumn day. If the sun’s shining, the Altstadt (Old Town) is beautiful to browse on foot. With over 3000 cafes, bars and restaurants you can stop anytime for a taste of traditional German cuisine. Medieval architecture, pastel painted houses, cobbled streets and elegant cathedrals give the city an enchanted air, while the museums, galleries, live music venues and theatres embrace the modern.Cologne is wonderfully green too; enjoy the gold and auburn colours of autumn in the Rheinpark which can be reached on foot, by cable car or by ferry. Walk around, or row a boat on, the beautiful Fühlinger Lake or visit the Claudius Therme thermal baths; the place to relax before enjoying Colognes nightlife. Find flights to Cologne.Verona, Italy – £42 Looking for a romantic autumn break? What could be more so than the home of Romeo and Juliet and one of the most beautiful cities in Italy. Founded in the 1st century B.C, Verona has preserved a remarkable number of medieval and Renaissance buildings and monuments.Explore the Arena, a vast Roman amphitheatre, Juliet’s house complete with balcony, Castle Scaligeri, Verona Cathedral and the Capuccin Church where Juliet’s tomb resides. 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Find flights to Prague.Bordeaux, France £47 Known as ‘Sleeping Beauty’, elegant and Neoclassical Bordeaux has awoken from its slumber. Given over to pedestrians, Bordeaux has stunning wide boulevards and fantastic public transport, nestled on the banks of the Garonne River. Visit Gambetta Square also known as ‘Little Paris’ or take a stroll under the Victory Arch. Immerse yourself in culture in the Musee D’Art Contemporain or the Musee D’Aquitaine, delve into local food markets or take the air in the beautiful Jardin Botanique.A wine tour of St Emilion, Medoc, Graves or Sauternes is a must; after all Bordeaux is the second largest wine growing region in the world! Shop for clothes and crafts or settle down to some gastronomic French cuisine and the exciting nightlife of La Victoire. Find flights to Bordeaux.Valencia, Spain – £48 If you’re longing for autumn sunshine, Valencia is a beautiful, historical city, located on the Mediterranean coast of Spain. Full of traditions and festivals, Valencia is vibrant and lively. Boasting beautiful gardens and parks like the Turia, The Botanic and The Ayora Gardens, it’s known as the ‘City of Flowers’. Wide, cobbled plazas are the perfect place for coffee and sunshine, while museums and galleries peek out from between ancient buildings.Should you feel like doing far less, Valencia has gorgeous beaches on which to soak up the autumn sunshine; Cabañal- Arenas has an amusement park for kids while El Saler beach has 6km of blissfully soft sand. Feast al-fresco on mouth-watering paella, giant prawns and tasty tapas before bar-hopping and partying into the Spanish night. Find flights to Valencia.Amsterdam, Netherlands – £52Amsterdam has its gently rippling canals to thank for the calming vibe they bring to an otherwise lively, vibrant and classy city. From coffee shops and sinful streets to glorious green parks and tree lined avenues showing off their stunning architecture, Amsterdam is a wonderful mixture of naughty and nice, culture and fun.Explore the 37 museums and galleries before sipping a beer in a cool canal-side bar while tucking in to some delicious food. As autumn turns to winter, the outdoor ambiance turns into one of indoor cosiness as a dusting of snow heralds the return of the traditional outdoor market, turning the city into a winter wonderland. Find flights to AmsterdamReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map