Caloura Hotel Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 …
... seat in the buffet at breakfast time reserved with a towel ! Wednesday :- Definirtely cooler although at 70 we should not feel cold but Mum has her cardigan on. Can see lots of people walking the promenade through the lounge window bit blowy though.Talk about Christie & the Rimington Place murders this morning. Quite interesting. Thursday :- At sea ritual continues, as does the drop in temperature. Mum ...
Went on a coach ride today to see some mountain lakes. We were really lucky because after driving through low cloud the sunshine suddenly came out to give us a view of the blue and green lakes. We also visited pineapple plantations and botanical ...
... to China, and Jaye has even been on "The People's Tour" where she has eaten snake selected from the tank in the restaurant and prepared at the table. She also has a good story about accidentally taking a few pieces of the crumbling Great Wall of China home as a little souvenir of her trip before she knew that it was against the law. John said that we have traveled some also, but I told him I didn't think anyone would be ...
... herd of cows, all black and white; they are being moved to another grazing patch, cow bells ringing and clanging away. I think we may have heard them before we saw them. We are not stopped for long as the farmer whistled them along. It is very clear they do not like this narrow road either. Milk is the largest industry here with most of the production heading to mainland Portugal.
Coming out of the fog we approach the Hot Spring at Poca da Beija. You ...