Ondamar

Areias de S. joao, Apt 2450 , Canico, Madeira, Madeira Islands, 12, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Areias de S. joao, Apt 2450 , Canico.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ondamar Canico

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Canico

Day 74 (Barcelona)

A travel blog entry by marcohj on Aug 02, 2014

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... more. We eventually decided to try rolling a cross joint, instructed by Seth Rogen, which worked very well, until the wings fell off after you jinxed it. Thus proceeded your witch trail, facilitated by Nim, which thanks to my bad state-appointed attorney-ing, ended in your subjugation to the human cereal bowl. After that everything peters out in my mind and we went presumably to bed. I love you, ...

Day 73 (Barcelona)

A travel blog entry by marcohj on Aug 02, 2014

Today we committed our late morning routine and eventually wandered out of the house, again for Plaza de Catalunya. As I remember, you and Nim departed for a cafe to sit and catch up on your journals (not mad on the idea of the beach with your pale skin) and we agreed to meet you after the beach at a certain train station at a certain time to visit the Miro museum (a plan ill-omened from the get go). It took us ages and ages to get to the ...

Day 72 (Barcelona)

A travel blog entry by marcohj on Aug 02, 2014

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... a good place to start our day. We encountered bad Spanish coffee at a cafe near the beautiful Plaza, and once we were a unit again we went for a walk down Las Ramblas (I believe) into the Gothic Quarter in search of the Catalan History Museum. We walked for quite some time through the Gothic Quarter, which was very beautiful. We eventually came across what we thought was the museum but turned out to be a tiny part of it, a giant Roman set of pillars which was interesting but ...

Day 71 (Barcelona)

A travel blog entry by marcohj on Aug 02, 2014

Today we woke up incredibly late with no plans at all. I honestly have no memory of what happened, but I know we went shopping, I walked briefly around our area in search of cigarettes (maybe that was another day??) and according to your journal we ate pasta salad for dinner. I'm sure we had a few drinks but in the end we had an early night. I'm sorry this isn't longer my dear reader. I love you, ...

Medieval, Manualine and Gothic masterpieces

A travel blog entry by helwit on Jul 19, 2014

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... including the famous Henry the Navigator (more on him later). The octagonal roof is quite stunning. In a chapter house off the cloister, another beautifully designed space, by an English architect David Huguet, are the Tombs of 2 Unknown Soldiers from WW1, This was a surprise, I did not know the Portuguese joined the allies on the Western Front and suffered quite terrible casualties. The Tomb is guarded by Portuguese soldiers who change every hour. Batalha ...