Dom Pedro Garajau Hotel
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This was the one and only morning we have to get up at a specific time. Our flight to Madeira Island was only an hour and a half, but that was enough to take us so far south that we are off the coast of morocco, west of Casablanca. Madeira island belongs to Portugal so it was cheap and easy to fly here.
It is warm so we are back to …
Spent the day wandering around Madeira. We purchased tickets for the hop on bus again and saw all the interesting points on the small island. We returned to the ship for the sail away at 4 pm. Had a lovely drink by the pool accompanied by a steel band as we watched Madeira fade in the distance. Lovely day. ...
... stop in Cadiz, we had a few in Portugal. Portimao looked lovely, but the "short, easy walk into town" was 1.86 miles, and that meant the same coming back, and then of course the steps around the town. I declined. Oh, and it was also raining and downright cold.
I’m going to have to look back to see exactly where it happened, but I think it was Portimao where we were docked in a kind of downtown area (nothing to see but ...
We have been on this ship for 5 days now, with 10 more to come. Being the newest of the Celebrity fleet, it is loaded with all the bells and whistles you could want. It's a beautiful ship, too, with art everywhere, some of which is outlandish or high-tech. For instance, a framed painting which is actually a slow ever-changing video. The ship's atrium features a full-size living tree suspended in mid-air high overhead. The top deck has a large grassy lawn ...
Oh... There always has to be a last day of a vacation spot, and this is ours. All of us decided that this day was going to be spent, just enjoying the beauty of the Reid's Palace, and packing our bags to leave for London tomorrow. After breakfast, Jacques went back to the room, and began reading his morning newspaper. Marina joined him, and began the horrendous (according to her) job of organizing and packing Jacques. Followed, of course, ...