Hotel De Sao Pedro

Largo Almirante Dunn, São Miguel, Azores, Portugal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from São Miguel

Blind Luck

A travel blog entry by drudell

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15

... 145,000 people, moving further west and up again to the Sete Cidades Massif. Roads are winding but good and we soon come across the start of the lagoons that dot the area. To Donna's chagrin I pass RIGHT BY(!) the first off-road to a parking area. We are not at Sete Cidades yet, and I am on a QUEST! When we get to the next road to the Lagoa Canaria I can resist her urging no longer and turn in. Not much to see but we keep on. Past the sign for Lagoa Canaria, past ...

A Nice Warm Soak & Amazing Vistas

A travel blog entry by drudell

14

... but (compared to Mexico & Costa Rica) wide and well paved. We go to the top and wind down the other side to the town of Lagoa. A seaside town, we stop for a coffee by the water, then walk the town. Hearing whistles we follow the sound to a soccer match. The game of 'football' is of course important in all of Europe. On an island of basically NO flat land, they have a soccer pitch and surrounding bleachers that have been hewn from the ...

At Least I Don't Have To Shovel It

A travel blog entry by drudell

4
12

... br> We went in and did some Portuguese grocery shopping, same as back home except everything is in a different language! Fun finding local & regional foods though. The store is in the 2nd biggest town on the island - Ribiera Grande which is smaller than Owen Sound.
After we took a short reconnaissance drive before heading home and came across Cha Porto Formosa - a local 200 year old tea plantation. Seemed like a good place ...

What no bananas?

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant

10

... volcanic rocks, so the black edged white buildings stand out against the bight green of the landscape. There is plenty of rainfall here. The prosperity of the islands was built on trading oranges with Britain in the 19th century. Unluckily they lost the trees to blight and had to develop alternative crops. So now it is tea, pineapples and dairy. The island has 300 varieties of camellias which have provided a safe haven for the original species. The botanical garden have ...

Atlantic Crossing

A travel blog entry by sheilacruise

3

... practice so hope there will be water tomorrow. As we arrived in La Coruna 2 says ahead of when we should have been in the Azores we will now have 6 days at sea before we get to Antigua, still when the pools open that will give me more time for swimming practice before we get there. Found out about a photo group on board, a light hearted competition is underway so that's something else to do on sea days and luckily I had already planned to try and take some photos around ...

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This hotel, located on Largo Almirante Dunn, São Miguel, is near Gary Travassos Taxi Tours.
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