Estrela do Atlantico

Address: Calçada Santo António, Horta, Faial, Azores, 9900, Portugal | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Calçada Santo António, Horta, is near Caldeira, The Marina of Horta, Capelinhos, and Porto Pim.
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    Travel Blogs from Horta

    Sunny Day in Horta.

    A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Jul 20, 2015

    Today Horta is transformed. Pico Island and it's beautiful cone is fully visible today with hardly any cloud. It would be lovely to go to sea but I don't dare with my digestion so fragile. Today has disappeared very quickly. We had thought about going across to Magdelena on Pico but the ferry schedule although quite sensible did not really fit with our late start. We decided after some debate to go ...

    Very cloudy day in Horta.

    A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Jul 19, 2015

    ... route to see a little more of this beautiful island. It is extremely green and has the hydrangea hedges all over it giving it the nickname of the blue island. The caldera was still not visible due to the low lying cloud but as we came around to the other side of the island the weather changed drastically and soon there were hardly any clouds to be seen. We wound our way along beautiful views along the coast and picturesque villages two of which our ...

    Volta a Ilha

    A travel blog entry by rgenerali on Jul 18, 2015

    Took a trips around Pico today. We stopped at the park Misterio de São João. A pretty park Stopped for lunch in Silveira at the hotel Aldeia da Fonte. Sofia, Neal and Cianna wanted Chinese food and that's the only place Neal knew of on the island that served Chinese food. The food was delicious and the place was ...

    Whales!!

    A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Jul 18, 2015

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    ... the captain said that Sperm Whales had been found and we would race across the Ocean to find them. We all scuttled inside and found hand holds as the ship took off at speed towards their position. Sperm Whales are about 20 metres in length and dive into deep water to catch squid. They dive for 45 minutes and then rest on the surface for about 20 minutes blowing spectacularly reoxygenating themselves for the next dive. We spotted one blowing in ...

    The black gold of Sao Jorge

    A travel blog entry by m.weiss on Jul 02, 2011

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    ... conditions on conventional coffe plantations mostly are horrible. There is a terminus technicus describing it: modern day-form of slavery or just modern slavery (google it!). Mostly the peasants are exploitet without respecting human rights, women even more than men. Employment of children is daily practice and impedes the access to higher education. This enforces an vicious circle the brings poor families even more in dependance of very few and rich land owners. The ...