Sao Miguel Park Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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... today and they are trying to arrange some sort of exhibition! Port day tomorrow and I am hoping weather will be dry and warm. Friday :- Berthed in Ponta Delgarde 9.0 AM this morning. Dry but only 14 deg to start. I wheel chaired into town. Took lots of pictures, plenty of Black & White buildings narrow cobbled streets and churches. According to tour representative the island has a church for every day of the ...
... a beautiful park with a glorious view, I’ve attached a photo to this post. After arriving in Spain I figured my 'thing’ for this trip; collecting flags! The plan is to buy a flag from every country we visit and hang them up in the room next to each other – I’ve already got my Spanish one up, looks a little lonely as yet, tomorrow the Portuguese flag will join it! By the end of the cruise the room will look like the entrance to the United Nations. Aside that ...
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 ...
Well after 6 days at sea our Captain announced that he had found The Azores! A Captain with a sence of humor, a great fellow from Norway. Unfortunately our day in Ponta Delgarda did not have the best weather but we managed with rain at the start and the end, but lucky for us in between was fine. We went to see the hot springs, the Botanical Gardens, a tea plantation and a tea processing plant and then onto a 14th Century church. The hot springs were very ...
... gathered from all over the world. Pineapples were introduced after the oranges failed and are grown in glass houses. Pineapples have a 24 month growing cycle and culled to a single fruit per plant to encourage size. Smoke is used to control the fruiting....not sure how that works but apparently it does. The fort down at the port was familiar....the military engineers must have had only one design available as I am sure I saw the same forts at Salvador, Belem and Macapa in ...