Furnas Lake Villas
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... of Fila breed of Azorian dogs. Of course I picked up a bottle of red to take home. We were very sad to say good bye to Rui at the hotel doors. He made the trip for us both. I'm not sure how I will get to work onThursday? I'll be waiting by my car door all day for Rui to open it. But a new friend was made by all. Today was a relaxing ramble around town with sunshine and coffee on the wharf. Seafood dinner tonight with a restaurant pickup. Then home tomorrow. Until next ...
... a hot waterfall for a 'natural' massage. Of course, with the dark, mineral water one couldn't see where to out her feet (and there were boulders). We made it to the waterfall and got pummelled hardily. Made us laugh. The hot pool was great. We struggled back into our clothes and headed back in the rain. So why bother changing out of bathing suits you ask? Good question. Back to the hotel for rest, wine and food. Another tour tomorrow, so stay tuned . . ...
... or two. Can't take him anywhere! After dinner we were presented with our menus which had been signed by the captain as well as the photo that was taken before dinner which had all our names printed on it.
Ray, John is about $100 up at the casino but that can change at any time.
The best news of the day is that, in spite of 12 to 20 foot waves, my worst fears of sea-sickness have not materialized! Yay!
... dropped in a hole that has natural boiling water, then covered with mud. We know that you have to be careful walking around here, steam is escaping everywhere and water is literally boiling. Too hot to touch. The locals are happy to have this boiling water and hissing coming out of the ground. They are happy the volcano is releasing its pressure and not keeping it in, thus preventing any eruptions! The sun is not shining so we are unable to see the green ...
If you live here you would embrace land and sea, if you were an artist you would be bringing bold colours to wonderful pieces of art. The dominant colours of the Azorean landscape are the lush green of the fauna and the vivid blue of the sea and sky. The houses are mostly whitewashed with bright coloured frames on windows and doors. You turn a corner and all of a sudden there is a brightly painted home, not unlike the East Coast of Canada in the ...