Beverly Park Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Kids pool
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... found the bus station where a very helpful girl told us which bus to catch to visit the old part of the city which was pedestrianised and really pleasant. Another bus took us back along the waterfront to return to the ship for some very late lunch, some time with our books and watching the sail away and then dinner and ...
... with our cocktail and then made our way to the GRAND which is the "formal" dining room. Another great meal of Cauliflower soup, shrimp cocktail (I was full at that point) and then seared Halibut followed by Creme Brule (which only one of us had)
Then some entertainment, a hypnotist in the large theatre followed by a swing band in the Music Hall.........and so to bed. A good but tiring day and luckily no sunburn in spite of this hot African ...
... can pick up local specialities like chorizo and herbs.
3. Uncover the mystery of Barranco de Guayadeque
A stone's throw away from the island's southern beaches, you'll stumble across Barranco de Guayadeque. At first glance, it looks like any other evergreen valley, but as you draw nearer you'll clock some mysterious doors in the cliffside. They lead into a labyrinth of natural and man-made caves, once used as pre-historic burial sites. Many of ...
... was imported from Mexico. One century ago a cholera epidemic broke out, so many Australian eucalyptus trees were planted to purify to the air. They now tower over the high fields and were a pleasant reminder of home for me. Swollen oranges hung from their trees’ sinking branches, the brilliant vermillion leaping forward from deep bottle green leaves.
The gently repetitious villagescapes (most of the villages are named after saints) and aquamarine skies ...
... to the Madeira blog *yay* In the afternoon, we headed to the beach and had some lunch in one of the beachside restaurants. It was very warm but very windy so it didn't feel too hot. Unfortunately we both burnt. We re-embarked ahead of the sailing time and I headed to deck 18 to join my friends. The boys kicked a football overboard, so before sailing, the Environmental Officer had to ...