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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Camoes Ponta delgada
We arrived at Hotel Camoes in the early morning after our flight - around 8ish. We were checked in early, given our room keys and even offered breakfast (inclusive) that was still being served. The reception staff was most welcoming, helpful and we felt very comfortable immediatly upon arrival.
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Peter writes …..
Well our adventures aboard White Rose have started anew with the arrival of the boat in Horta on the island of Faial in the Azores (Middle of the North Atlantic).
We are visiting several of the islands with friends before I, together with John and Steve, move the boat back into the Mediterranean.
Our thanks go to Charles and crew for getting the boat to Horta.
We have been joined on board by John, Vanessa and Steve and together we
... two Chinese fellows here to teach them about growing tea, an industry that has flourished, so apart from the tea their main industry is dairy production. The cows are black and white so you can imagine how pretty it looks with the rolling green pastures and the beautiful herds of cattle every where. There is about 150,000 people on Ponta Delgarda and we were told the cows out number them. They are having a car rally here between the 15th and 17th and I am ...
... Donna finally woke me up, and forced me to lunch. Afterward we took a walk to the Piazza to listen to music, watch dancing, and more music. My nap wasn't finished, so Donna worked on her daily puzzles until dinner. After dinner finding something on TV was my top priority while Donna washed her hair. The finalist came down to a civil ...
... or just walking the decks looking at your passengers. Nap after lunch for most of the afternoon. Another time change last night. That's number five. Sleep is a good thing anytime of the day. I'm already fitting in with the retirees. Donna wanted a cheeseburger for dinner, so I got to visit my friend again. Imagine his surprise when I ordered two. Since it's formal night, I was not real popular in the elevator in shorts carrying two plates of cheeseburgers, and fries. Sucks to be ...
San Miguel is the largest of the 9 islands that make up the archipelago of the Azores. Beautiful, green and mountainous, not that we could see them as it is mid winter, wet and rainy. We only had a few hours and we would need a week to enjoy all the sights that are on offer. So it is a quick trip to the north side of the island. Visit a church, take some pictures and taste the local liquors...rice pudding being this years new flavour. The local building materials are made ...