Caloura Hotel Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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Day 1 in the Azores. We flew overnight and landed right on time at 7:30 a.m. Customs was a breeze and we were able to locate our transportation without incident. After dropping a few other travellers at their hotels we were pleased that we chose the one that was out of the city. The resort is beautiful and luckily we were able to check in right …
... finished making my a tassel. Well it was that or Beginners Ballet Class ( Not for me somehow!).What I'm going to do with the tassel of course when I get home is another matter, but it was good fun and a very nice group of ladies.We have felting & calligraphy to come so watch this space.
Last night was formal attire for dinner and its always nice to see everyone dressed up, although two of our dining companions "Don't ...
... great English, so learned lots about the Azores including how to pronounce it like a native. The day today was sunny and clear. Perfect for the longest drive of our 3 tours even though the island is only 14 by 70 kms and is home to only 137,000 people. Drove about 200 km today and saw great sea vistas, lush greenery and botanical gardens. First stop was a restored tea garden (Cha Porto Formoso) and then climbed to the ...
We started our day early heading out on a tour with four others, two Bostonians, two Portuguese and our guide was a young man from Ponta Delgada. His English is impeccable. His name is Nuno, pronounced new-no. (Side note to my girls - based on our previous travels you remember the fun of this, Dad told Nuno that he was Niño and proudly said my grandchildren call me Nonno). I am sure the others wondered why I chuckled. You see every journey we make anywhere, a ...
... retired to São Miguel, the largest island in an Atlantic archipelago belonging, autonomously, to Portugal. Inge, a writer, and Roland, a photographer, have settled in the Azores for the stunning views, serenity, and distance from the conflicts and struggles of mainland life. Lucky for us, they decided to share a glimpse of their refuge with me.
Life on the Azores isn't problem-free for Inge and Roland. Their health is deteriorating, but they ...