Hotel Marina Atlantico
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... but she could not check the dining room because of the monster. Monster? "Yes, you know that Dr Who thing Jim's got. The big robot." She means my full size Dalek - which is not a robot - which takes pride of place in our dining room. "I've had to close the door and not look in there. It's one eye just stares at me and I'm sure it's going to light up and the thing will start talking". The Dalek can talk but only if plugged into the mains, which ...
... be fun. After all how much effort would it take to nudge one or two of the old idiots into the drink?
I would just like to say a quick thank you to all of you who are leaving comments on the blog. It's very kind of you to take the trouble and I am reading and making note of them all. However, it would appear that you all are getting far more fun out of this trip than me. Sangfroid no less.
To answer some of your queries:
Herr Bottger was a ...
... the botanical gardens next door were not free ..so I only peeked in the gates at both. Very lush and healthy looking.
Lovely walkable city....lots of English in shops ...and prices here cheaper than in Spain. Sunny but windy...remnants of the weather coming from the west. In port is also the Princess ship ...she was on her way from Ft.Lauderdale to Europe (re-positioning cruise) and instead of going via ...
... and be in touch soon.
I have really enjoyed visiting the Azores though I admit, I did have to look them up in the atlas. They belong to Portugal but on the whole we have got by without having to learn Portuguese!
The people here are very friendly and the islands are beautiful, very green with dramatic landscapes. We have been to five of the islands and they are all different. On Faial we rented scooters and went up to ...
... but points out that the weather cannot be controlled. We descend down the other side of the island to the southern coast where we visit a pineapple plantation. Its only a short visit and as its started to rain we hop back on the bus sooner than the allotted time given. We arrive back at the port around mid-day. Ironically as we arrive back the weather breaks and the mist lifts. Before long we have clear blue skies and warm sunshine. We look back at the mountain and are relieved ...