Palm Beach Hibiscus
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Palm Beach Hibiscus West Palm Beach
Travel Blogs from West Palm Beach
... have been the only stress of the cruise because we could hardly understand a thing he said. But he was definitely fun and remembered us from the first moment and every time he passed us he would say "Hello Mrs Marilyn, Mrs Rosemary!" Then there was Selwyn in our favourite restaurant The Cove. He served us in style for our champagne breakfast and our final dinner. He made the beginning and the end of the cruise wonderful. Such a classy, professional young man! ...
... perspective of a group of young ladies who all got along just great. We had our 'groups' but each respected the other. Perhaps I am wrong, but I don't know how common that is today. Heidi freaked my freak when she brought out her old LFA doll and I had a 'moment' with her captured for posterity as we (the doll and I) held hands and reconnected, ahem!!
Then there was dinner... oh Heidi, thank you! She apologized that it was more of a lunch spread than ...
Today was our last full day at the beach. Jana and I enjoyed some quality pool time.
There were some of the largest waves I've seen at this beach at any time I've been there. The crazy part was, there wasn't a storm coming in or anything - just big waves.
Later that day, we got to watch the first Capitals pre-season game thanks to NHL Network.
Aunt Jana headed back home at night and we had our last night of sleep with the sound of waves to lull us to ...
8000 miles so far!
Drove over to West Palm on Saturday afternoon to see Lin and Sylvia. Went through the middle of the state, through lush agricultural land. Amazing how much agriculture there is in the interior of Florida. Oranges, sugar cane, other truck crops everywhere. Stopped a couple of times on top of the dikes of Lake Okeechobee. Lin had just returned from a "dreadful" week in North Carolina, so ...
Today was a extremely lazy day so I don't have a lot to say. We were woken at 10:00 this morning some workmen knocking on the door saying they need to do some work on the Wifi in the room, luckily they only took about 5 mins the n they were gone. The rest of the day was spent watching moves and doing some exercise. We did take a trip out to the nearest place we could find for food ...