Albatroz Beach & Yacht Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... nice, but it was only tea to drink and no coffee, so I went without (don't drink tea). We had nine people on our table and Min got talking to two old lesbians, who liked horses, whilst Lance on the other side of us almost had a row with a woman about cruises. She could not understand how anyone would not thoroughly enjoy a P & O cruise. "It's quite easy, really" Lance said. "It's rubbish. There's nothing to do."
"Nothing to do?" she said. ...
... 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 ...
... tissues and a nail scissors which we needed. Then we found the Market building. This is very pretty with multiple coloured tiles adorning the walls and the flower and fruit sellers in traditional costumes. I was intrigued by the embroidered hats, each with a tall spire but we resisted buying one. The fruit looked luscious and was well presented. Back down to the esplanade alongside a “river” which was channelled into a concrete outlet to ...
On Saturday morning we woke early and finished our packing. We went down with our luggage for breakfast at 7-30 and ordered a taxi for 8am. We had a quick bite to eat and the cab came early so we were on our way before 8. We were driven to Victoria Coach Station from whence we were to catch a bus to Tilbury. We easily found the appropriate gate and learnt that instead of 9am the bus was now scheduled for 9-30. We settled down with our books to wait.
About 9am a young girl came ...
... northern side to the southern side for irrigation. Still in operation today and one of the main tourist attractions for hikers. (We are not hikers, just strollers)
Must say nice to have people who speak english as the local economy is built around the tourist trade and they do it well. Going to be interesting in Lisbon when we hit the mainland ...