Sao Miguel Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Indoor pool
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Arrived today although there was a threat of hurricane warnings. Carrying my grandfathers pocketwatch to help guide and to keep me safe.
... Or I could ask him to wait and clean it up myself. What would you do? What did I do? I'll put the answer at the bottom.
There was a "Special Event" at the Neptune Pool lunchtime. There was an ice sculpture demonstration (which I missed because Lance and I were watching a talk by the Concorde pilot about how planes crash) and a barbecue with fried goods of the fairground variety (Burgers, Hot Dogs etc). As soon as the barbecue opened ...
At last we have reached dry land. After three agonising days at sea we arrived early this morning at Porta Delgarda, the Capital of Azores island group, which is basically nine volcanic rocks, belonging to Portugal, in the middle of the Atlantic. Well one third across if you want to be technical about it.
First impressions? It's dump.
But first, to finish the rattling yarns from yesterday, in the afternoon Lance took me to the casino (very Herne Bay amusement arcade ...
4 or 5 days in and it already feels like I've been here a month. It’s not a bad thing but I have lost all concept of what day it is anymore; my brain now adapted to "Sea Days" and “Ports of Call”, the rest is irrelevant. The only reason I know it’s the weekend is because the football is on, any other day is just not important ;)
Nice full day of events today, continuing with camera club, another space seminar & even more handicrafts - this time ...
... off in downtown Ponta Delgada, so we didn't have to walk all the way back to see everything. We saw the town square, town gates, plus many very old churches on the walk back to the ship. Donna tried doing a little shopping, but that was about as successful as me connecting to the internet on the ship. It was the first port call in the Azores for Royal Princess, so we made the news, and a band played for us on the dock. It looked like a scene from ...