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On our walk this morning along the Caleta coastal path just near the Hotel Ereza Mar I spotted the sign below on a small building which when translated in google reads "Sewage Drive Station - TINDAYA"

   

Can any one explain what this building is please and what area it serves as it seems along way form Tindaya.
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(16-02-2020, 04:33 PM)windermeregolfer Wrote: On our walk this morning along the Caleta coastal path just near the Hotel Ereza Mar I spotted the sign below on a small building which when translated in google reads "Sewage Drive Station - TINDAYA"



Can any one explain what this building is please and what area it serves as it seems along way form Tindaya.

That is indeed strange John, not only is it a very long way from Tindaya it also says Aguas de Antigua, and I am pretty sure Tindaya,s water is supplied by CAFF { or not supplied if you read the complaints about their service. }
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Maybe each station is named after a local town?

Will keep an eye out for the others and see if I can confirm that theory.
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(17-02-2020, 01:58 AM)Ducks Wrote: Maybe each station is named after a local town?

Will keep an eye out for the others and see if I can confirm that theory.

Well, it doesn't seem to be that— The one at Eurostars is named Los Geranios, which is what the hotel seems to have been called around 2014? So I don't know. There are/were apartments Tindaya nearish to that hotel, maybe it's related? Or did the hotel go by that name at one point? I know it has changed management a few times in recent years...
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(17-02-2020, 09:15 PM)Ducks Wrote:
(17-02-2020, 01:58 AM)Ducks Wrote: Maybe each station is named after a local town?

Will keep an eye out for the others and see if I can confirm that theory.

Well, it doesn't seem to be that— The one at Eurostars is named Los Geranios, which is what the hotel seems to have been called around 2014? So I don't know. There are/were apartments Tindaya nearish to that hotel, maybe it's related? Or did the hotel go by that name at one point? I know it has changed management a few times in recent years...

May be Captain can shed some light on this.

The hotel has changed names it was called the The Dorado Suites Hotel before it was refurbished 18 moths to 2 years ago.
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