Caloura Hotel Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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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 …
... yam, sweet potato, carrot, kale and potatoes for 33 euro for all 3 of us. It was tender and savoury. No sulphur fumes either - ha ha. Debbi decided to walk the town to try and hook up with the toothless man waiting in the doorway, while I went to the hot pool. The pool inhabitants were oddly coloured orange, but Rui explained they thought the mineral mud in the pools was good for the skin. Some of these guys had real trouble removing the colour before leaving. Made ...
... and was having a great old time, laughing and slapping his arm the whole night. He just laughed. The dinner was outstanding (12 oz. filet mignon cooked perfectly), wine flowed freely, and for dessert we had the captain's favorite, a glazed almond shell with ice cream and fresh fruit. Oh, we had a choice of three appetizers, and John ordered two and was going to order the third as well, but the waiter told him that most people ...
... sing together, drop their walking sticks and go inside. It is very emotional to me, people are hugging, shaking hands, I know I have to find out more about what I think is a pilgrimage...
These men, some local and some who come from other parts of the world today are beginning their walk around the island and will return to Ponta Delgada by Easter. Travelling by the dozens, they will walk from dawn until dusk, clockwise around the island. Families along the ...
... 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 ...