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

    ACORES: indescribable, invaluable

    A travel blog entry by paveyourpath on Aug 17, 2012

    51 photos

    ... WILL work out. And in some way, I can guarantee you, it WILL work out for the better. Someday in the future you will look back and see how past experiences led to wonderful things in the present.

    This last part really surprised me. I was so afraid that I "wouldn't get to do things," but as soon as I decided to stop depending on other people and just pursue what I wanted, situations began falling into place. And when I went on a few little adventures, I ...

    They said go to Portugal - didn't say which bit.

    A travel blog entry by worldmaddog on Dec 06, 2011

    9 photos

    ... the Guinness to subside) into a cloudy sky. Granite used the previous days weather given it weren't gonna change too much.

    An uneventful flight lead us into the ILS RWY33 approach with a smooth touchdown and a neat little park near the sand.


    Granite also dropped in a few Flitedeck pics to show the progress of the flight.
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    The black gold of Sao Jorge

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

    15 photos

    ... on Sao Jorge and many times the drivers brought me directly to where I wanted to go - or just stopped on the road for themselves and asked me where I was heading to, even when I wasn't looking for a lift.

    The camping in Velas was crowded with hundreds of teenagers (also from other azorean islands) who were in town for the festa. What a difference to the days and weeks before when my tent was just one of very few. I was to tired to go back to town to visit the festa - ...

    Dixie in the Azores

    A travel blog entry by tysonis on Dec 15, 2010

    10 photos

    So Wings of Dixie went to Lajes Air Base in the Azores (Portugal) for Christmas caroling. It was a wonderful trip. However, we had difficulty with flights getting there and coming back--both cancellations and delays. That was kind of miserable. But being on an island in the middle of the Atlantic during winter at 65 degrees wasn't so bad! The people were SO nice. Such a great experience.
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    Full day on Horta

    A travel blog entry by allhealzondek on Jun 06, 2010

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    OK I'll write one more before I catch some ZZZz's for the night.
    So today is one of those days where you have to pinch yourself throughout the day to make sure you are not dreaming. I have only had to do that a few times and today was one of them. I still have this smile across my face it seems it may be permanent. Good.

    I had to opportunity to further explore the island of Failai today and it was spectacular. ...