Royal Garden Hotel
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- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Garden Hotel Ponta delgada
Modern Asian feel and decor with a beautiful zen garden
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Travel Blogs from Ponta delgada
... the freedom and permission to wear what you want without regard to age, shape or size. (This is especially clear around the pool.) Smiling is the same in every language. We are not as well traveled as most of the people onboard. If you focus on the negative you are going to have a ****** time. The ocean is immense, powerful, mysterious and Ahh inspiring.
We will look for a place with free wi-fi so will post this in St. Thomas. Back in the ...
... and be in touch soon.
I have really enjoyed visiting the Azores though I admit, I did have to look them up in the atlas. They belong to Portugal but on the whole we have got by without having to learn Portuguese!
The people here are very friendly and the islands are beautiful, very green with dramatic landscapes. We have been to five of the islands and they are all different. On Faial we rented scooters and went up to ...
... two Chinese fellows here to teach them about growing tea, an industry that has flourished, so apart from the tea their main industry is dairy production. The cows are black and white so you can imagine how pretty it looks with the rolling green pastures and the beautiful herds of cattle every where. There is about 150,000 people on Ponta Delgarda and we were told the cows out number them. They are having a car rally here between the 15th and 17th and I am ...
Hola from Porta Delgado, Azores! This city is very lovely, clean, friendly & architecturally interesting. Lots of influence from France, Portugal, & the Mediteranean. Our ship docked @ 7 but we didn't offload until 9:30 for our tour bus (ship tours are notoriously slower than going the cheaper, private tour route - learning our lesson!). We bus toured the ...
... Then we hit the little town with the quaint little church
(which was closed for Easter preparations, Sorry Sister Jude). They had a
little “snake” shop (which translated into snack shop for those of us without
an accent :>)). We then went to what was supposed to be a great scenic location.
However, there was too much rain and mist for any kind of view.
What we did ...