Dom Pedro Garajau Hotel
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... by this collection of staggering old people cluttering up their hallowed halls. Walking through several lobbies to get to the cocktail lounge we passed one large and imposing solid wood door with the number "666" on it. Well at least we now know where the devil goes on holiday.
The room where tea was laid out was very elegant and the settings beautifully done. Eventually the rest of the coach party joined us and the sandwiches were brought out. Tea ...
... the boats from one sea to the other, and that's how Elenka and I found ourselves using them - as a means of travelling from A to B with a measure of luxury.
But it was this fourth trans-oceanic journey where my bravery bubble burst. Elin, a guest lecturer on the Celebrity Reflection, is a Welshwoman. Prior to her first talk which was titled "Atlantic Adventures" or words to that effect, I told Elenka that ...
... the bus back to the ship. It had been a pleasant stop and a place I would love to visit again with more time for exploring.
We came back to a Spanish night in the restaurant and the food was better and very enjoyable. Then into the Astor Lounge for a Mediterranean Quiz. We were only allowed a team of four so we palled up with Judy and Roger. We didn’t win but it was fun trying. It had been good to walk on dry land again and Funchal was ...
... br> The last three days we have settled into shipboard life. At 9-30am each morning is a General Knowledge Quiz. The first morning we went, we were joined by Steve, an Australian living in the UK and an English couple, Roger and Judy. We got 19/20 and won!! We watched the Australia v Scotland Rugby that afternoon so missed the quiz but next morning the same team assembled and we were joined by another English couple, John and Liz and we won again. We repeated that in the afternoon and ...
... days unable to walk because our calves were so sore (and not just mine, this time), avoided the internet and watched the Super Bowl Monday on Monday night re-run (since it only started at midnight here and I needs my beauty sleep). Next up, the Queimadas hike through some of the most remote forest on Madeira. Which, geographically, can’t mean more than five kilometres or so from the nearest town, but still, they say it will be very different, and ...