New Orleans also offer really nice architechture with French and Spanish inspiration. The French Quarter is a must see. You can walk and get lost for hours just for fun enjoying the architecture.
There is also the Bourbon street. A party street in the French quarter that offers tons of bars and beer “take away” kiosk. That street is filling up really quick at night.
Dover was really interesting. We did a tour of the old tunnels. They were built right in the rock, underground. They were used a lot during World War II to plan the evacuation of the troops from France to England. There was also another level used as an underground hospital. The tour helped us learn more about some history we didn’t know. We also visited the castle. A nice example of a medieval castle with a great view from the top.
|View of Ponta Delgada|
Ponta Delgada is a small town on an Island in the middle of the Atlantic. It belongs to Portugual and Portuguese is the language they speak. This was the first time we had a problem with an unknown language. People we talk to didn’t speak English or French. We know it’s not the first time this happens but it made us realize how it’s going to be. We took a few hours to walk around and then went back to the boat. It would have been nice to explore the rest of this island, not only the city, but we had just the one day.