Dom Pedro Baia Club Hotel

Address: Estrada de Sao Roque, Funchal, Madeira, Madeira Islands, 9200-126, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Estrada de Sao Roque, Funchal, is near Workers' Market (Mercado dos Lavradores), Wicker Toboggan Sled Ride, Quinta do Palheiro Ferreiro, and Avenida do Mar.
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Travel Blogs from Funchal

3 Days in Madeira

A travel blog entry by peterleesa on Jun 04, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... of tissue paper in them. The main town of Funchal was old and interesting. Lots of people selling fruit in the street, particularly strawberries and cherries. And very cheap. About €2.50 per kg - that's about $3.50! Cobblestone pavements everywhere. Food was also great in the restaurants, particularly the seafood. Fish was delicious, and especially the fish stew they make. I enjoyed the grilled sardines. Desserts and cakes were ridiculous, but I ...

The Spectacular Gardens of Madeira

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 24, 2015

91 photos

... together chronologically for me
after visiting historic sites around Portugal over the last month.

I got a late start on my arrival day in Funchal so only
managed to see one garden. On my free day in Funchal after returning from
hiking on the island I took the bus up to the Madeira Botanic Garden, a more
traditional botanic garden with more of a focus of displaying a large variety
of different kinds ...

Five Levadas Hike in West Central Madeira

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 20, 2015

49 photos

... consumption, and electricity generation. Being a more modern contruction, this tunnel was a higher one so didn’t involve the long distance squatting and ducking to avoid bumping my head the way as required for the tunnels on the walk along the older levada. There are no lights in the tunnels, so having a torch/flashlight of some sort is essential. Fortunately, I always travel with a small headlight I use for setting up my tent when I’m camping.


Villages and Valleys in Madeira's Northeast

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 18, 2015

18 photos

... br> the sea for hundreds of feet and the main road goes through the ridges between
valleys in tunnels rather than over them. The north side of the island is the
lush and rainier part, its true windward side.

Porto Cruz is a coastal village in one of the valleys where
we stopped at Companha do Engenhos do Norte, a small rum producer that
transforms island sugarcane through fermenting and distillation processes into
the potent spirit used ...

Happy New Year

A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Jan 01, 2014

4 photos

A fantastic party atmosphere on board as we celebrated the New Year.Dress for dinner was formal and it was great to see several passengers wearing kilts. We enjoyed Pre dinner cocktails complete with Haggis ceremony followed by a delicious Gala dinner.By now it was 10.30 everyone was in party mood. The top deck had been cleared, ice carvings covered the jacuzzis, the band was playing. We were anchored in the bay with the island of Madeira ...