Royal Garden Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Kids pool
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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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... seat in the buffet at breakfast time reserved with a towel ! Wednesday :- Definirtely cooler although at 70 we should not feel cold but Mum has her cardigan on. Can see lots of people walking the promenade through the lounge window bit blowy though.Talk about Christie & the Rimington Place murders this morning. Quite interesting. Thursday :- At sea ritual continues, as does the drop in temperature. Mum ...
... being the Crows Nest which has a beautiful panoramic view of the ocean, it’s my little spot on the ship to watch my box sets and films – at least until it gets warmer! We’re sailing across the Atlantic now towards to Azores, temperature at around 15 degrees so it’s not quite tropical as yet – give it a week and the Carribean is calling, not that I’m trying to rub it in. Vigo in Spain was nice enough, me and dad had a wander about the town and ...
Went on a coach ride today to see some mountain lakes. We were really lucky because after driving through low cloud the sunshine suddenly came out to give us a view of the blue and green lakes. We also visited pineapple plantations and botanical ...
... to hand me a spatula if I show up again tomorrow. Had to make a cookie run to the International Cafe on the way back to the cabin. After today I will have to start taking my Metformin by the handful. Donna actually had me put a cookie in the refrigerator for later. Either, I have an imposter in the cabin, and Donna is really still in Ponta Delgata, or she's dead. That's never happened in 31 years. If we ate the same cookies it wouldn't be a problem, but ...
... volcanic rocks, so the black edged white buildings stand out against the bight green of the landscape. There is plenty of rainfall here. The prosperity of the islands was built on trading oranges with Britain in the 19th century. Unluckily they lost the trees to blight and had to develop alternative crops. So now it is tea, pineapples and dairy. The island has 300 varieties of camellias which have provided a safe haven for the original species. The botanical garden have ...