Hotel Riu Palace Madeira
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
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... 10am. One of them looked like Manuela. After breakfast, we headed to the gangways to disembark Britannia for the first time on this voyage. We headed to the central area of Funchal, where lots of memories came back from the first time that we'd been to Madeira, back in 2013 on Oceana. After looking around the fabulous gardens of Madeira, we headed in search of the Cristiano Ronaldo museum and statue. We found some shops that we ...
... is a real hill city overlooking a beautiful bay.
The trip up and down the hill allowed us to see how the locals live and then it was back to the downtown area to enjoy the combination of old and new and the lush foliage in the parks that appear around what seems to be every corner.
There is something special about this place ... but it very hard to put a finger on what it is ....... ...
Today is beautiful we are enjoying the smallest country in the world,Madeira. We're at the MacCafe for a nice cappuccino and free internet. We plan to walk around before we have to get back on board for yet another sea day. I'll report about the wonders of sea days ...
... do Sol. As soon as you emerge from the tunnel take the right hand turning signed Tabua. Drive up until you reach the main ER222 and bear left following the signs to Candelaria which is a right turn off the ER222. The road rises steeply but continue until you see the brown sign for Levada Nova which crosses the road, park with a rock under one of the wheels. The walk starts on ...
... tourist rip-off of the century. Neat, but pass. Then, we climbed the stairs to the cathedral and then more stairs up the cathedral for awesome views of Funchal. With a stop for Madeira garlic bread and rest, we took the cable car back down to Old Town.
Next, we went to the Madeira Story Centre (museum) to learn all about Madeira - history, evolution, people, everything. It was a couple hours well spent. After the museum, we slipped back down the main cobblestone street, so ...