Royal Garden Hotel
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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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... Campo. Rui wanted us to try the local cakes but the cafe didn't have any. So they ran to the bakery to pick some up. Now that is custome service! Then on to Furnas. What a cool area. They have named all the caldeiras or hot springs in the Parque Tera Nostra. We arrived on the shores of the lake right on time to see them unearth the cooking pots that they have buried for 7 hours in steam tubes. We enjoyed a huge lunch of beef, chicken, pork, chorizo, black entrail ...
... as the "bad" neighbourhood which is home to the local gypsy community where we saw loads of children and a fist fight. Right next door is one of the nicest real estate locations, side by side with the problem area. Lunch was great with a terrific ocean view. A quick stop at Ribeira Grande to see the water flowing and the 400 year old bridge with 8 arches. Then on to Lagoa do Fogo for a dip in the natural hot springs. Natural all right. The cooler ...
... town that is fully situated in the crater of an an active volcanic. The highest point on the island is just over 2800 feet and with the lack of traffic and good roads would make for a good few days of cycling. In the spring all of the Hydrangea hedges are in bloom and the island is covered in blue flowers. It is a beautiful stop and would be worth another visit. ...
... means little wind usually bright condition. It can also mean mist and fog which is what we have to contend with. We depart the ship and are met by our tour guide for the day. He is a very old, wizened gentlemen, with as much hair on his head as teeth in his mouth. He introduces himself as George and although he was born and bread in the Azores speaks perfect English. Very good english in fact. Out coach heads out across the island heading for the northern coast. At only 8 miles wide ...
... about seeing different countries’ restrooms. The most memorable restrooms to date for me have been Japan’s: heated toilet seats, directions for nearly every bathroom situation imaginable, and sometimes even heated toilet seats. No heated toilet seats this time-just cold, small, metallic seats and the option of using one or two combined flushing mechanisms.
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