Quinta da Fonte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... last time, and Penny wanted to buy some Havianas flip flops. Headed back to the ship was an experience. The back on board time was 16:30. We were on the quayside at 16:15 and it turned out that we were the last passengers to re-embark Britannia. The pilot shouted "hurry up" and we ran along the quayside and headed to the gangways! I joined the Entertainment Manager (old Cruise Director title) & Entertainment Team at the sail away ...
... word 'ambience'.
FYI - Madeira sits atop a massive shield volcano, comprised solely of hardened liquid lave, but the last volcanic activity was seen more than 6,000 years ago.
The island population is 260,000 with 120,000 in the capital, Funchal.
One of its claim to fame is that is the birthplace of the world-known football/soccer star -- Christiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid).
Today is beautiful we are enjoying the smallest country in the world,Madeira. We're at the MacCafe for a nice cappuccino and free internet. We plan to walk around before we have to get back on board for yet another sea day. I'll report about the wonders of sea days ...
... turn signed to Apresentacao. Follow this road up until you reach the brown Levada Nova sign and park carefully. The walk starts off gently for 10mins then you pass through a short tunnel, smartphone lighting will get you through. Once the other side of the ridge the trail becomes a little more precipitous but the views are great - about 40mins to the picnic spot at Tabua river ...
... to the park where a flea market was taking place. We shopped around a little and then headed down the main pedestrian street to the tourist office. We learned that today was World Tourism Day. There was a tent where I got my certificate of participation, there were locals dressed in traditional Madeira clothing, singing and playing instruments, and there was another group who were carving fruit and vegetables into artistic masterpieces. I was impressed. We also learned that because ...