Frangipani Apartments Curacao
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... would get a whole apartment for the same price; WOW! not complaining there!
We had a pool in our view, lovely Caribbean breezes day and night, topped off with warm welcoming temperatures around 32 degrees Celcius.
I decided to do some grocery shopping, draw some cash and chill for the rest of the day. Hello Curaçao! :)
My friend, Herman was only to arrive the next day, so I took an early night in, enjoying full custody of the whole apartment!
... discrimination. Guide says they Eat iguana soup, stew and BBQ. Tastes like chicken. Guide Wendell swims w/ a great white shark once a year at the Seaquarium. There is Plexiglass in between the person and the shark. Of course they video you and sell you the DVD video. Our trivia team tied for 1st! Questions were hard today. Island of Bonaire ...
... but we didn't end up buying any. Next stop was at a beach resort where we paid $3.50 to use their facilities for the day... lovely spot if a little touristy but it had all the mod cons.. pina coladas to sip whilst reclining in the sun.. a spot of snorkeling, shopping for those that wanted to pay resort prices and best of all free wifi where we could do a quick catch up. Heather and Tim later told us they went way up the other end under ...
... I could see why a business would choose not to open on a Sunday. Our few passengers would not bring hardly any business at all. We saw pictures of times when large cruises could dock, with at least 3 along the main port and one or more at a larger cruise ship port (called the Mega Pier) off Rif Fort. I would imagine if any large cruise ships were in port on a Sunday, more shops would be open.
However, McDonald's DID open and we had our ...
Had a lovely day yesterday in Curaceo. Apparently it is where many Dutch come to retire and I can see why. The waterfront is lined with beautifully painted houses, maintained largely with Dutch money we understand, and everyone promenades along the footbridge from one side of town o the other. I went on a tour by boat to a beach where we had three hours of swimming in a sea marginally ...