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Friday, 30 December 2005

January, 2006

Monday, 2nd January – Sing a Long with RITA – 9.00pm
Monday, 2nd January – Folklore Dancers – 9.30 pm
Tuesday, 3rd January – Arte Viva – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Wednesday, 4th January – Musical Quiz with RITA – 4.00pm
Wednesday, 4th January – João Caracol – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Thursday, 5th January – Nuno – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Friday 6th January - Nuno -Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Saturday, 7th January - Belly Dancing Class with Jeanette – 10.00am
Saturday, 7th January - Sandra & Jorge – Music for Dancing – 9.00pm
Sunday, 8th January – Presumed Innocent – Dancers – 9.00pm
Monday, 9th January – Nuno – 9.00 pm
Monday 9th January – Sing a Long with RITA – 9.00pm
Tuesday 3rd January – Nuno – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Wednesday, 11th January – Musical Quiz with RITA – 4.00pm
Wednesday, 11th January – João Caracol – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Thursday, 12th January - Ilze – Singer – 9.00pm
Friday, 13th January – Alan Storm – Singer – 9.00pm
Saturday 14th January – Nuno – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Sunday, 15th January –Carlos Pontes – 9.00pm
Monday 16th January –Sing a Long with RITA – 9.00pm
Monday 16th January – Folklore Dancers – 9.30 pm
Tuesday 17th January – Theatre Dinner – An Portada Theatre Group – “Visitors from London” – 7.00 for 7.30pm
Tuesday, 17th January – Arte Viva – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Wednesday, 18th January – Musical Quiz with RITA – 4.00pm
Wednesday 18th January – Theatre Dinner – An Portada Theatre Group – “Visitors from London” – 7.00 for 7.30pm
Wednesday, 18th January – João Caracol – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Thursday, 19thJanuary – Nuno – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Friday 20th January - Nuno -Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Saturday, 21st January - Belly Dancing Class with Jeanette – 10.00am
Saturday, 21st January - Sandra & Jorge – Music for Dancing – 9.00pm
Sunday, 22nd January – Presumed Innocent – Dancers – 9.00pm
Monday 23rd January –Sing a Long with RITA – 9.00pm
Monday 23rd January – Nuno – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Tuesday 24th January – Nuno – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Wednesday, 25th January – Musical Quiz with RITA – 4.00pm
Wednesday, 25th January – João Caracol – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Thursday, 26th January - Ilze – Singer – 9.00pm
Friday, 27th January – Alan Storm – Singer – 9.00pm
Saturday 28th January – Nuno – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Sunday, 29th January –Carlos Pontes – 9.00pm
Monday 30th January –Sing a Long with RITA – 9.00pm
Monday 30th January – Folklore Dancers – 9.30 pm
Tuesday, 31st January – Arte Viva – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Weekly
Mondays –9.30am – Pilates - Beginners Class

Mondays – 11.00am – Pilates

Mondays – 12.30am – Aqua Aerobics

Mondays 6.30 – 7.30pm – Stage School (7-11 years)

Wednesdays – 10.30am - YOGA – Classic

Wednesdays – 2.30pm - Social Bridge

Fridays –9.30am – Pilates - Beginners Class – (New Class)

Fridays –11.00am – Pilates Classes

Friday afternoons – 2.30pm – 4.30pm – Beginners Bridge

Friday Evenings – 6.00pm – Pearl Exhibition – Reception Area

Friday Evenings DUPLICATE BRIDGE (7.30pm)

Saturdays, 3.30 – 4.30pm – Book Fair (New and Used Books)

Sunday Afternoons (1.45pm) - Millennium Bridge Club

Sunday Evenings – 6.00pm – Silver Exhibition – Reception Area

Fortnightly

Saturdays – 10.00am – Belly Dancing Intermediate Classes (7th & 21st January )

THE FACILITIES AND ENTERTAINMENT FEATURED
MAY CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

Thursday, 29 December 2005

Writing Circle

WEEKLY WRITING CIRCLE

Jenny Grainer, a professional journalist who runs the Creative Writing Course in the Hotel Garbe is leading a weekly Writing Circle at the Hotel Garbe. The Writing Circle will meet every Thursday (commencing on 9th February) from 10.30am-12.30pm. All welcome. For more information please contact Jenny Grainer on 282 381201.

Thursday, 22 December 2005

Theatre Dinners Coming Up


An
“A Portada Theatre Group”
Production of
“VISITORS FROM LONDON”
A comedy by Neil Simon
With
Nicky Moran and Tom Hardy

Directed by Pricilla Morgan

The English Visitors are in California
for a very special occasion.
Follow the ups and downs of marital bliss
in their hotel suite, as penned by the inimitable
Neil Simon who said
“ This is the best short comedy I have ever written”

Tuesday 17th & Wednesday 18th January 2006
7.00 for 7.30 pm
3 Course Indian Dinner with Wine and Coffee
28,00 Euros per person

Don’t miss it book now!!.
Tel.282 320260 Fax: 282 315087
E-Mail hotelgarbe@mail.telepac

Monday, 19 December 2005

Books at the Hotel Garbe

Books at the Hotel Garbe

Every Saturday commencing on 7th January, 2006 3.30 - 4.30pm The Magna Carta Bookshop in Alvor will be bringing books to the Hotel Garbe in Armacao de Pera. There are a number of new and used books which when returned can be used a credit to buy more books. Books may also be ordered. For more information please contact Susana on 282 496 001

Saturday, 17 December 2005

1st Annual Shoebox Drive for the Elderly

A great success…….

The idea was to give some of the Elderly in need of the Algarve a present at Christmas – however, the generosity of the Algarve has meant a great deal more.

Firstly, David and Celia Mossman were totally overwhelmed by the number of filled shoeboxes that were handed in to be distributed by Castelos de Sonhos for the elderly this Christmas – a total of 145 were received and are currently being delivered to the elderly in need.

The Mossmans run a friends Luncheon Club, which hold a raffle at each lunch – the members agreed that the money should be for the elderly in need and the total amount of 745 Euros has bought much needed blankets

When Carol Williamson read about the campaign she and her husband Alan who is Master of Prince Henry The Navigator Lodge of English Masons in Portugal chose it as the Charity for their Ladies Festival held at the Hotel Garbe, on 3rd December. Many of their guests brought filled shoe boxes to the dinner. Their raffle and silent auction raised a staggering £1764. 00, of which €1330.00 has already been used to make up 64 Christmas food parcels for elderly persons nominated by Castelo dos Sonhos.

Maureen Yould and the Ladies of the Western Ladies Luncheon Club also decided to support the appeal and ran a Bring and Buy Cake sale at the Christmas Fair at the Hotel Garbe on 1st December, the 130 Euros from this event was used to buy warm socks.

So we would like to say a very big thank you to all who participated, (those who filled shoeboxes, the organisers of the events, the cakemakers and sellers, those who donated prizes for the raffles and silent auction) – this Christmas you have made a difference

Monday, 12 December 2005

Ideal Last Minute Christmas Present


Vouchers are available for our Activity Courses - for that person who has everything - a voucher for one of our courses maybe the answer.

Choose from:-

Introduction to Portuguese Wine with a team of wine-buffs from Wine Mine - 95,00 Euros

Photography with Tony Purbrook who will guide and teach the essentials for good photography - 140 Euros

Creative Writing with journalist Jenny Grainer - 125 Euros

An introduction to the Plants and Flowers of the Algarve with ecologist Dr Julie Statham - 160 Euros

Belly Dancing with experienced performer and teacher Jeanette Elliot - 125 Euros

Painting with acclaimed artist Manuela Vale - 175 Euros

Stained Glass Making utilising the copper foil technique with Barbara Camph - 140 Euros


Cost is per person. All courses include full tuition, the materials needed in most cases, a farewell meal and a course certificate.

DATES

January
Painting 9th, 10th, 11th & 13th
Photography 9th, 10th 12th & 13th
Wine Appreciation 16th, 17th, 19th, 20th
Stained Glass Course 23rd, 24th, 26th & 27th
Creative Writing 30th, 31st – and 2nd 3rd February

February
Photography 6th, 7th, 9th & 10th
Painting 6th, 7th, 8th & 10th
Flowers of the Algarve 13th, 14th, 16th & 17th
Belly Dancing 20th, 21st, 23rd & 24th
Stained Glass Course 20th, 21st, 23rd & 24th


To order your voucher please contact Vicki Good Tel: 282 320260 , Fax: 282 315 087 or send an e-mail to mailto:toactivities@hotelgarbe.com

Monday, 5 December 2005

Events in Armaçao de Pêra, 2006


Events in Armaçao de Pêra, 2006

Sunday, 26th and Tuesday, 28th February - Carnival Procession
Monday, 25th April - 25th April Celebrations
13th June - Traditional Dancing through the streets to celebrate Saint Pedro day
17th and 18th June - 7th Festival of the Caldeirada (a traditional fish dish)
Monday, 20th June - Celebrations for Armaçao de Pêra day
Sunday, 13th August - Procession in Honour of Our Lady of the Fisherman
Sunday, 17th September - National Jet Ski Championship
Sunday, 17th September Religious Procession

Christmas Fair











NETWORK SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS FAIR – A FANTASTIC SUCCESS!

It just keeps on getting bigger and better! Network’s Spirit of Christmas Fair, in its fourth year at Armação de Pêra’s Hotel Garbe, turned out to be the place to be on the December 1st holiday.

Hundreds came from all parts of the Algarve and at times it was hard to see the stalls for the crowds – a great start to the Festive Fair season for sellers and buyers alike.

But probably the brightest smiles of the day were on the faces of the representatives of local charity ACCA, Network’s Charity of the Year and the beneficiaries of the Fair’s fundraising raffle and tombola stalls. A fantastic combined effort by those who donated the prizes, the ticket sellers and of course the buyers means that a record-breaking Fair charity total of €1,650 will soon be handed over to ACCA for their work supporting deprived children in the Algarve.

Thanking Network for the amazing amount raised, an ACCA volunteer said that the money would be earmarked for two projects – heating in a local children’s home and emergency surgery for a young boy with a crippling bone condition.

One of the most popular attractions on the day were the carol singing sessions, kindly staged by members of the Silves Keep Fit For Charity Club who were delighted with the generosity of the crowd in their fundraising efforts for Castelo dos Sonhos.

Santa himself had to call off because of a busy schedule but he again sent along his popular Algarve stand-in, businessman John Havery, who did him proud. Thanks, Santa!

This year’s Christmas Fair organiser, Network member Anne Parish was delighted with the success of the event and wants to say a personal thank-you to all involved.
“I can’t mention everyone individually – there was simply so much support – but they all know who they are and should give themselves a pat on the back. But on behalf at everyone at Network I do just want to make a special mention of the Hotel Garbe for their fantastic support, which they gave at no cost to the organisation. And to the stallholders and the visitors – thanks for coming – we couldn’t have done any of it without you.”

Tuesday, 29 November 2005

Celebrate with Friends and Colleagues

During the festive season, the Hotel Garbe is offering the following menus, ideal for office parties, Christmas functions or simply friendly get-togethers
Christmas Lunch
Smoked Salmon
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Roast Turkey with all the Trimmings
Seasonal Vegetables
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Christmas Pudding and Brandy Butter
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Coffee and Mince pies
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Wine and Water
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Hats and Crackers
20 Euros per person

Christmas Buffet Breakfasts
Orange, Apple, Tomato Juice
Choice of Cereals
White Break, Brown Bread, Rolls, Brioches, Croissants,
Ham, Salami, Cold Meats, Cheese, Tomato, Lettuce,
Bacon, Sausage, Baked beans,
Mushrooms, Eggs
Yoghurt,
Fresh Fruit,
Cake,
Bucks Fizz
12 Euros per person
Available everyday from 2nd December to 23rd December - please book
Or you can choose the menu
just advise us the number of people and the menu you require and we will create a package for you.

Thursday, 24 November 2005

Guest Review

We went to Portugal and stayed in the Hotel Garbe the first week in November and the weather was really hot. The hotel is fantastic and very clean.

We had a sea view room which I recommend, the views were amazing you get to see the sunset.

Whilst in Portugal we had the chance to book some activities during the week so we chose to go on a Jeep Safari and visit Zoo Marine. The Jeep Safari was really good the drivers were very comical and we got to see some gorgeous views and taste some fire water. In Zoo Marine we watched a bird show, sea lion show and best of all the dolphin show. We also booked to swim with the dolphins which is the most wonderful experience ever. The dolphins are so friendly and amazing animals I recommend this activity to everyone its a once in a life time experience that you never forget.

Everyone at the hotel were very friendly and caring. Six of us stayed at Hotel Garbe (3 couples) and whilst we were there we made a huge dolphin sand sculpture which the manager took a picture of and left a free drink in the bar for us. We made alot of elderly friends whilst we were there. The bar in the hotel was quite expensive so I would suggest that you drank in happy hour 7-8pm.We would recommend to eat in the Raj Restaurant in the hotel the food is great. I also recommend the Happy Talk Chinese restaurant nearby to the hotel it was the best Chinese I had ever tasted. We are glad that we went bed and breakfast as we got to eat out in the evenings and there are loads of gorgeous restaurants in the area. The breakfast in the hotel was brilliant and had a wide variety to choose from.

Overall our stay was fantastic we really enjoyed ourselves and are hoping to go back next year.
traveler rating:*****
Armacao de Pera: Hotel Garbe: "brilliant"Nov 15, 2005:
Jade Lynch, Shrewsbury, England

Tuesday, 22 November 2005


Network Spirit of Christmas Fair
Hotel Garbe, Armação de Pêra
December 1st 11am – 5pm

If you’re already thinking about what to buy your nearest and dearest for Christmas then make a note in your diary to be at the Network ‘Spirit of Christmas’ Fair on December 1st - it is fast becoming the Christmas event in the Algarve.

The Fair is already fully booked and with even more stallholders than last year – more than 55 - you’ll have lots of craft, gift, food, home and fashion ideas to choose from.

And there’s an extra dimension to the Fair this year with a special ANTIQUES ROADSHOW.

If granny’s old teapot is gathering dust on a shelf and you’d like to know what it is worth then bring it along to the Garbe on the day of the Christmas Fair. Antiques expert Janice Paull will be happy to give advice on any old items you have you are not sure about (that doesn’t include the wife!) ...and she’ll also be happy to give hints and tips on how you can go about selling them.
Janice is a specialist in English 19th Ceramics, has been a dealer for over forty years. She is also a member of the British Antique Dealers Association, the Antique Council USA and the International Confederation of Art dealers.

Janice is donating her time and will be at the Fair all day from 11am – 5pm. In return she will be asking for donations towards the work of Network, the Fair organisers, the non-profit making organisation for working women in the Algarve. We suggest a donation of 2 euros per item and ask that you do not bring large items of furniture to the Fair.Please call in advance if you need further information.

Adding to the usual fun of the Christmas Fair will be members of Silves Keep Fit for Charity group who will be CAROL SINGING at 11.30 and 3pm, and the Western Ladies Lunch Club are holding a BRING AND BUY CAKE SALE, again in aid of their chosen charity. If you would like to help out you can take donations of cakes and candy with you on the day.

Network is also holding a RAFFLE AND TOMBOLA in aid of their charity of the year, ACCA, which supports children’s charities and deprived children throughout the Algarve. Great prizes already include a weekend break at the Garbe, luxury Christmas Hamper and much more.

Santa will also be taking time off from his busy Festive schedule to be at the Network Spirit of Christmas Fair throughout the day, encouraging passing trade to visit and to guide visitors around the attractions.

Remember, December 1st is the public holiday so gather some family and friends and make a day of it.

Monday, 21 November 2005

Have you ever watched TV coverage of keen swimmers jumping or diving into the Serpentine?

SWIM FOR SHOES


Diary dates - two opportunities to SWIM FOR SHOES where you can have a dip in the Atlantic Ocean and help to raise money for children here who are in need of new shoes.

These will be on Christmas Day and New Years Day at 11.00 a.m. on the beach at Armação de Pêra in front of the Hotel Garbe.

All you need to do is turn up with swimwear, towel and go in for a full swim or just a paddle – the choice is yours as long as part of you gets wet ! Then we can all recover in the Hotel Garbe bar where Carlos Simão, the General Manager, has very generously offered a drink of mulled wine on Christmas Day and hot chocolate on New Years Day to everyone who has taken part.

Buying shoes for the children who are in care is an ongoing expense and we want to help as many as possible start 2006 with a new pair of shoes

Adults and children are all welcome to take part on the understanding that you do so at your own risk. If you have family and friends staying over the festive season it will certainly be something different to do !

As this is a charity event we will gratefully accept all donations offered


For further information please contact
Vicki Good 282 320 260 mail@hotelgarbe.com
Verna Kinder 282 449395 pvkinder@mail.telepac.pt

Sunday, 20 November 2005

Diary of Events, December, 2005

Thursday, 1st December – Network Christmas Fair– 10.00am
Thursday, 1st December – Ilze – Singer – 9.00pm
Friday 2nd December – Nuno – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Saturday, 3rd December – Belly Dancing Intermediate Classes 10.00am
Saturday 3rd December – Nuno – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Sunday, 4th December – Presumed Innocent – Dancers – 9.00pm
Monday, 5th December – Folklore Dancers – 9.30pm
Monday 5th December – Art Exhibition – 6.00pm – Reception Hall
Monday 5th December – Sing a Long with RITA – 9.00pm
Tuesday, 6th December – Arte Viva – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Wednesday, 7th December – Musical Quiz with RITA – 4.00pm
Wednesday, 7th December – João Caracol – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Thursday, 8th December – Mini Fashion Show – Fiona – 4.00pm
Thursday, 8th December - Nuno – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Friday, 9th December – Alan Storm – Singer – 9.00pm
Saturday,10th December – Belly Dancing Beginners Classes – 10.00 am
Saturday, 10th December, - Sandra and Jorge – Music for Dancing – 9.00pm
Sunday, 11th December – Carlos Pontes – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Monday 12th December – Art Exhibition – 6.00pm – Reception Hall
Monday 12th December – Nuno – Resident Organist – 9.00pm
Monday 12th December – Sing a Long with RITA – 9.00pm
Tuesday 13th December – Nuno – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Wednesday, 14th December – Musical Quiz with RITA – 4.00pm
Wednesday, 14th December – João Caracol – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Thursday, 15th December – Ilze – Singer – 9.00pm
Friday 16th December – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Saturday, 17th December - Belly Dancing Intermediate Classes – 10.00am
Saturday 17th December – Nuno – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Sunday, 18th December – Presumed Innocent – Dancers – 9.00pm
Monday 19th December – Art Exhibition – 6.00pm – Reception Hall
Monday, 19th December – Sing a Long with RITA – 9.00 pm
Monday, 19th December – Folklore Dancers – 9.30 pm
Tuesday, 20th December – Arte Viva – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Wednesday, 21st December – Musical Quiz with RITA –4.00pm
Wednesday, 21st December – João Caracol – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Thursday, 22nd December – Mini Fashion Show – Fiona – 4.00pm
Thursday, 22nd December - Nuno – Resident Organist– 9.00pm
Sunday, 25th December – Swim for Shoes – dip in the Ocean – 11.00am
Sunday, 25th December – Carlos Pontes – Music for dancing – 9.00pm
Wednesday, 28th December – Musical Quiz with RITA – 4.00pm
Sunday, 1st January 2006 – Swim for Shoes – dip in the Ocean – 11.00am


THE FACILITIES AND ENTERTAINMENT FEATURED MAY CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

Wednesday, 16 November 2005

What's On














Weekly
Mondays –9.30am – Pilates - Beginners Class
Mondays – 11.00am – Pilates
Mondays 12.30am – Aqua Aerobics
Mondays 6.30-7.30pm – Stage School– (for children 7-11 years old)
Tuesdays – 10.30am - Social Bridge
Wednesdays – 10.30am - Yoga – Classic
Fridays –9.30am – Pilates - Beginners Class – (New Class)
Fridays –11.00am – Pilates Classes
Fridays - 2.30pm – 4.30pm –Duplicate Training Bridge
Fridays – 6.00pm – Pearl Exhibition – Reception Area
Fridays - 7.30pm - Duplicate Bridge
Saturdays - 10.00am - Belly Dancing Classes
Sundays - Afternoons - 2.00pm - Millennium Bridge Club

Tuesday, 15 November 2005

To look forward to


Art Exhibition at the Hotel Garbe

Lidia de Almeida, artist and private tutor will be exhibiting her work in the Chelb Room on the first floor of the Hotel Garbe in Armacao de Pera on Saturday, 19th November from 6.00pm. Drinks and "nibbles".

Lidia de Almeida was born in Faro in 1953. When she was four years old she moved to Venezuela and it was here that she studied Art. Lidia specialized in diverse areas: painting on porcelain, sculpture, Inca art, painting on fabric, etc. She returned to Portugal in 1988 and opened an Art School - the Planet Art. At the Exhibition, there will be a varied selection of modern and contemporary art mainly oil and acrylic on canvas

Thursday, 10 November 2005

The first of our Activity Holidays is currently taking place here in the Hotel:


Picture shows two of the students (Pat and Brian) with some of their completed projects from the Stained Glass Course with tutor Barbara Camph– see below for full list of courses.

Other course dates:-
January
Painting 9th, 10th, 11th & 13th
Photography 9th, 10th 12th & 13th
Wine Appreciation 16th, 17th, 19th, 20th
Stained Glass Course 23rd, 24th, 25th & 26th
Creative Writing 30th, 31st, 2nd & 3rd February

February
Photography 6th, 7th, 9th & 10th
Painting 6th, 7th, 8th & 10th
Flowers of the Algarve 13th, 14th, 16th & 17th
Belly Dancing 20th, 21st, 23rd & 24th
Stained Glass Course 20th, 21st, 23rd & 24th

To book of for your copy of our brochure, please contact us on +351 282 320 260 or email activities@hotelgarbe.com

Saturday, 5 November 2005

NEW YEAR’S EVE PROGRAMME


Thursday, 29th December, 2005
Arrival
Welcome Cocktail Party with Music from our Resident Organist
Buffet Dinner with wine
Dancing to Live Music
Accommodation

Friday, 30th December, 2005
Buffet Breakfast
“Arabian Nights” Fancy Dress
Buffet Dinner with wine
Dancing to Live Music
Accommodation

Saturday, 31st December, 2005
Special Last Day of 2005 buffet breakfast with Bucks Fizz
New Years Eve Gala Buffet Dinner
All night dancing to Live Music
Brazilian Dance Show
After midnight
Traditional Soup
Buffet of Salads and Cold Meats
Dessert Table
Accommodation

Sunday, 1st January, 2006
Special New Year’s Day Hangover Brunch
New Years Eve Dip in Sea for Charity followed by Hot Chocolate for the Swimmers

Price: 310 Euros per person in twin room

Single Supplement per night 12 Euros
Seaview Supplement per person per night 12 Euros
Children from 2 to 12 years - 50% reduction sharing room with parents
Cots Free

Saturday, 22 October 2005

CHRISTMAS PROGRAMME

Friday, 23rd December, 2005
Arrival
Mulled Wine, Mince Pies and Carol Singing
Welcome Buffet Dinner with wine
Dancing to Live Music in Bar Boa Vista
Accommodation
Saturday, 24th December, 2005
Buffet Breakfast
Christmas Eve Buffet Dinner with our Resident Organist
Afternoon Tea and Cakes
Dancing to Live Music in Bar Boa Vista
Accommodation

Sunday, 25th December, 2005
Special Christmas Day buffet breakfast with Bucks Fizz
Christmas Day Dip in Sea for Charity followed by Mulled wine for the swimmers
Afternoon Tea with Christmas cake
Christmas Day Buffet Dinner with special appearance
by Father Christmas
Dancing to live music in Bar Boa Vista
Accommodation

Monday, 26th December, 2005
Special Boxing Day buffet breakfast with Bloody Mary’s
Afternoon Tea and Cakes
Boxing Day Quiz
Buffet Dinner with wine
Dancing to live music in Bar Boa Vista
Accommodation

Tuesday, 27th December, 2005
Buffet Breakfast
Price: 340 Euros per person in twin room
Single Supplement per night 12 Euros
Seaview Supplement per person per night 12 Euros
Children from 2 to 12 years - 50% reduction sharing room with parents