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... for the next 57 days … The Amsterdam …. and many familiar faces.
Luckily for all those traveling from the far parts of the nation …. and the extreme cold that effected many travel plans ….. we did not leave until midnight.
'To make a great dream come true, you must first have a great dream – Dr. ...
... take lots of work and money.
Traffic: No mass transit unless you are going to the airport and only if you are going to the airport. Miami seems to be in perpetual rush hour.
Where would I live : the choices below are all relatively nontouristy and very walkable areas with lots of; shops, restaurants, and nightlife. At this point I would choose below in ...
Day 17 - morning
Temperature: 25 Celsius
Weather: Partly cloudy skies
The ship was already berthed at Port Everglade's pier in Fort Lauderdale this morning when I got out of bed. It meant only one thing! It meant that my Panama Canal Cruise was now finished: it was a matter of time before we would have to leave the Legend of the Seas!
... We saw several cruise ships headed south and many cargo and oil ships. We paralleled the coast of Cuba most of the daylight hours.
Annie kept busy with a wine tasting and a class on making animals out of towels. I watched a movie I’ve had on my iPad for months and never got to. Like I said, it was a quiet day.
We enjoyed a fantastic final dinner with Roger and Marilyn at the Pinnacle Grill. Too much food, but it was a perfect setting to end our cruise.
... day and decide to rather not go out so went to get pizza with Greg and Jason and watched TV. Sunday I FaceTimed with Mom and Han for Mother's Day :) Nicole and I went to Starbucks for 'lunch' where we shared a pumpkin bread slice and a cranberry and orange scone... Super yum!!!! We then went to the International Store. To give you an idea, $8 for a small box of Ouma rusks (Americans do not know what rusks are) and $10 for a box of Freshpak rooibos tea. Oh, and ...