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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... think l managed to see most of them as the weather was not the best. Apart from tourism the other major industry is dairy - some of the islands produce their own cheese (which of course l tasted) – so there are plenty of rolling green hills and you get to share the roads with the locals (stray cows).
I hope my choice of photos does justice to the beauty of these Islands. ...
... read (or write a blog) you are constantly interrupted by "sorry can I get the ball?" It is perhaps one of the most annoying things on the ship. Of course you could say "why don't you move to another table" but where's the fun in that? Being miserable and unhappy is the only thing which is keeping me going right now.
And there's only three more days of this to go. Kill me.
Anyway, there was bad news of a different type in last nights edition of "Horizon". ...
... used throughout the city. They are on all the sidewalks, on the pedestrian roadways and used as trim along the streets. The streets themselves are all inlaid dark brick ---everything is done by hand!! What an undertaking by the roads department!!..but I don't think they will ever "wear out" ...and certainly no pot holes!!...so - good for them!!There was so many different mosaic designs - it was starting to drive me ...
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
... is very sleepy and quaint. Lots of old buildings and churches. Back on the coach we head up into the mountains. The Azores were formed as the result of volcanic activity which pushed them up out of the ocean. We see lots of steam rising as we climb upwards and George informs us this is because of geothermal activity which is harnessed and provides 40% of the islands electricity needs. We see lots of power plants dotted here and there where they have drilled down deeply to access ...