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Rua Imperatriz D. Amelia 55, Funchal, Portugal
Canico de Baixo, Canico, Portugal
Rua Simplicio dos Passos Gouveia, 29, Funchal, Portugal
Estrada Monumental 175-177, Funchal, Portugal
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... or understand so they just don’t expect it from foreigners (unlike Spanish) 4) Also unlike in Spanish speaking countries, in Portugal the American TV shows are not dubbed, only subtitled. Which means built in practice on a daily basis, especially ...
I like it here! Now, on to other news: Overall the traffic in Madeira is very reasonable and orderly, although it does take a significant level of awareness to deal with all the sharp slopes, narrow roads and blind corners. But for all the logical ...
... gradually increasing daily winds, our only other concern was the dreaded siesta. Would flying a thousand kilometres from mainland Portugal, and even further from Spain, finally mean an escape from the generally inconvenient afternoon siesta? On the ...
... with all my aforementioned naps and the watching all sorts of soccer games, from all sorts of struggling European countries (Portugal, Spain, Italy), plus Germany and England. 2. Some unremarkable walks Madeira is a ...
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Avenida Arriaga 32, Funchal, Madeira, Madeira Islands, Portugal
One of the oldest working wine lodges in Funchal is located in a 17-century building that was once part of an old Franciscan monastery.
Casais Proximos, Santo Antonio da Serra Machico, Madeira, Madeira Islands, Portugal
Over-looking the bay of Machico lies the Santo da Serra Golf Club. Its original course, built in 1937, was redesigned in 1991 by the famous golf architect Robert Trent Jones who created a spectacular 27 hole golf course in one of the most beautiful landscapes that nature may offer. The MACHICO and the DESERTAS courses are the ones usually played on the Madeira Island Open, while the SERRAS course, though slightly plain, maintains the same game level.
Rua D. Carlos I, 27 - 29, Funchal, Madeira, Madeira Islands, Portugal