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From Jack Montgomeries book The Real Tenerife: The second half of the 18th century had also seen a downturn in the fortunes of Tenerifes wine trade. The European palette was changing and the new kid on the block, at a fraction of the price, was Portugals Madeira wine. By the 19th century, Tenerifes wine trade had collapsed and the Tinerfeños left in their droves for the New World and the promise of a better life. Families setting sail from Santa Cruz founded the cities of Montevideo in Uruguay and San Antonio (site of the Alamo) in Texas and forged links with the Americas that were to shape the future of the island.
Speaking of bikes, you can rent them from several hire companies in Alicante, including Blue Bike Rental & Tours. Bike hire includes a map with local routes and tips, a lock and lights, and you can even arrange for your bike to be delivered to your hotel. The company also runs guided tours with a beer and tapas included.From Jack Montgomeries book The Real Tenerife: Fiercely protective of their heritage, Tinerfeños of every age know the words to their traditional songs, the steps to their traditional dances and own a mago or traditional costume. Far from shunning old, outdated ideas, its predominantly the young who participate in the fiestas which commemorate, celebrate and preserve their heritage, finding any excuse to don the costume and roam the streets amidst traditional bands of Parrandas. Go along to a teenage party and youre just as likely to hear Los Sabandeños as Muse. In the bars and golf clubs its not UK and US chart sounds that dominate, its Cuban hip hop, Reggaeton and Latino, an audible link to Tenerifes Latin American pulse which has been 400 years in the making and which beats its way through the food, the music, the language and of course, Carnaval.
From Jack Montgomeries book The Real Tenerife: Many of the first settlers who came to the area between 1502 and 1513 were from Andalucía and Portugal, influences which can still be seen in the architecture of the old quarter. Thanks to sugar cane and vines, Buenavista grew prosperous during the 17th century but the price of fortune included much of the forest that covered the Teno Massif and earned the town its name, which was consumed as fuel for the hungry sugar refineries.
The existing terminal 2, named the Ruiz Picasso Terminal was finalised in November 1991 after the famous artist Pablo Picasso whose birthplace was Malaga. It connected the old terminal 1 and by 1995 included a huge car park building which included an area for hire cars.
From Jack Montgomeries book The Real Tenerife: A few quiet bars and no golf clubs, but with 80 fiestas, short film seasons, jazz weekends, world music festivals and cinema on the beach taking place throughout the year, who needs them?