Jardins d'Ajuda Suite Hotel I and II
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Spent the day wandering around Madeira. We purchased tickets for the hop on bus again and saw all the interesting points on the small island. We returned to the ship for the sail away at 4 pm. Had a lovely drink by the pool accompanied by a steel band as we watched Madeira fade in the distance. Lovely day. ...
... routes. The hop on buses can be a pretty good deal for your first time in a city. This one was 18 euros, and it included both routes and was good for 48 hours. They have commentary that is recorded. You plug in the earbuds the give you and select your language. The commentary is pretty weak, but I suspect it offers all the knowledge most people want, and since I read up on places, I can fill in more for myself. A really good tour guide is ...
... below, where we could stand on a dizzying glass-floored overhang. A few of our group couldn't bring themselves to do it. Another cool attraction that day was a ride in a go-cart-like buggy which careened down a steep street being 'driven' by 2 men wearing straw hats and gondolier-like outfits. I know that it sounds strange, but it actually was a lot of fun with a hint of danger, and a must-do kind of a thing.
Back on the ship afterwards, ...
... the three of us went down to the formal dining room for our last dinner at the Reid's hotel. We had the same staff tonight, that we had last night in Le Faune, which made it much more pleasant. The even had our favorite wine in chill waiting for us. A lovely, dinner dance evening was the theme. S.thought we did not dancing, we enjoyed watching others twirls around the floor. After dinner, we returned to our room, and saying goodnight, went ...
... back to the hotel. After shaking off the water, Marina and I went to lunch, still Jacques-less. The pool side dining room had every single surrounding slider closer, not so much for the rain, which was now just a drizzle, but the wind. This lovely area felt stuffy with everything closed, the food was still sensational.... Marina with her usual piles of fish, and me with a local Madeiran version of the American Hamburger... Interesting (4 slices ...