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... the amazing view.
Andrew was a ball of laughs in the afternoon though. Every time Mommy sang him his song, he would sing along :)
Then we put Andrew in his 1920's "bathing suit" and finally Daddy carried him around like a parrot :)
... and while he ONLY had his feet in the water, he seemed to understand right away that he should kick his feet :)
Overall, it was another very fussy day for Andrew. I think he had been holding in all of his fussiness while we've been with other people, but is now feeling free to share it all with his beloved parents ;-)
Hopefully things will get better soon.
... around, LOL. We did have an ostrich come up to the window and tap the glass with his beak - I guess he was looking for a handout, and Gabe was able to capture his cute face up close and personal.
We had an absolutely wonderful time and can’t thank Margie and Stanley enough for their amazing hospitality. We truly enjoyed all the good food, the personal guides to great attractions, and great company during our time in West Palm Beach!
... Other animals, such as the lions and chimpanzees are behind fences or water barriers.
We had to drive some distance to get to the Fort Lauderdale Duck Tour. Again, we quacked, quacked, quacked. This is a 90 minute tour of Las Olas Boulevard and Old Fort Lauderdale Village. Then, into the water to see the homes built on the canals. Fort Lauderdale is considered "The Venice of the Americas." Some of ...
... to see the doctor had her injury treated and was given good news that healing should only be another 2 weeks. We drank a bottle of wine onboard Aquila a lovely, solid Tayana with hand polished britghtwork and bright bronze fittings and new gold leaf in the scrolls, evidence that Rich keeps working hard while in port! We went to dinner and discussed our crossing window for next day which seemed almost a certainty. Too soon it was ...