Hotel De Sao Pedro

Address: Largo Almirante Dunn, São Miguel, Azores, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Largo Almirante Dunn, São Miguel, is near Gary Travassos Taxi Tours.
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Travel Blogs from São Miguel

Ponta Delgarda

A travel blog entry by petina on Feb 27, 2015

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... seat in the buffet at breakfast time reserved with a towel ! Wednesday :- Definirtely cooler although at 70 we should not feel cold but Mum has her cardigan on. Can see lots of people walking the promenade through the lounge window bit blowy though.Talk about Christie & the Rimington Place murders this morning. Quite interesting. Thursday :- At sea ritual continues, as does the drop in temperature. Mum ...

Ponta Delgada

A travel blog entry by suejshaw on Jan 11, 2015

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Went on a coach ride today to see some mountain lakes. We were really lucky because after driving through low cloud the sunshine suddenly came out to give us a view of the blue and green lakes. We also visited pineapple plantations and botanical ...

Ponta Delgata

A travel blog entry by barbsv on Nov 14, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... Who knew? Had an excellent dinner of whole, grilled rockfish. Apparently wine is mandatory with every meal, so I'll fit right in. And at 1.5 euros per glass, easy to swallow. Crashed after 2 days with about 3 hours sleep. Got up to meet Rui (Roy) at 9:00 for our trip to Nordeste. He is a sweetheart! Great pick Debbi to get our own guide and car as opposed to typical loaded bus tour. Rui was born and raised on the island ...

Another beautiful island...

A travel blog entry by beadledove on Apr 30, 2014

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... plantation, imagine the anticipation two people who live in Hawaii had in touring a pineapple plantation (sarcasm intended). However, it was a totally unique facility. The pineapples are grown in greenhouses as the climate in the Azores isn't warm enough for the plants. They use smoke to produce flowers, transplanting the plants three times over two years to generate a small fruit. Totally different from the process that used to ...

Playing Catch Up

A travel blog entry by drudell on Mar 11, 2014

... br> After we head to Terra Nostre Park to see a wide array of plants, most of which are NOT native to the islands. Speaking of which, we haven't seen much in the way of wildlife here. Lots of cows, some horses, chickens, goats. All livestock or domestic. Well, no wonder. We find out there is only ONE native mammal in the Azores. The Azorean Daylight Bat, which we have not seen. These islands really are volcanic & remote!
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