Hotel Ponta Delgada
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... We love talking with different folks each evening. It is so much homier to walk along during the day and stop and talk with people you know or stop and join some friends for a drink in the evening.
Of course there are a few 'interesting’ aspects of a transatlantic cruise….First of all there are hairdos and fashion that spans the last 4 decades. Some individuals are completely oblivious to lining up or taking turns. Advanced ...
... Donna I don't know. Not a vision I really wanted before breakfast. I guess he got on the wrong ship thinking we were headed to the Caribbean instead of the North Atlantic. He had a towel in his hand, so I'm guessing he's getting that prime pool spot for this lovely cloudy, 50 degree day. Seems the dress code has been disappearing about as fast as money on my internet bill. The older people are the worst. I guess when you wear that gown around ...
... chat and will try their English out when given the opportunity.
We decided to take another drive to familiarize ourselves. We drove through Sintra yet again and retraced our steps on arrival. You know they were not the "exact steps" but close! What Tony remembered seeing, I didn't, and vice versa, but we managed. We also took a jaunt to one of the beaches at Praia da Adraga where the surf roars in. It was incredible, the photos you see were taken from my iPod so ...
... like ``oooooo... so YOURE taylor.`
We walked around town and he told us funny stories. There was a story about their Red Carnation Revolution. The communist were taking over and the rest of the city protested. Some of the mob stood outside for a long time trying to protest and finally, tanks and the military came to threaten them. They thought that standing there with their guns at the mob would make them run and give up. But the mob decided that they hated ...
... traditional dinner.
We went to a really cool old castle that held one of Leonardo Da Vinci's inventions. The invention was something made for the castle that showed an image of the entire city of Lisbon; like a projector or binoculars, but the first one ever made. Unfortunately, we went to the room that showed it 15 minutes after the closing time so we didn't get to see it. The rest of our time in Lisbon we just ...