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Waking up to sunshine for a change we headed out early to make the most of the weather... while it lasted. We could think of nowhere better to go than directly to the beach! On our walk we came across 'Miami Ink'.
After grabbing smoothies for brekky we set up at the beach to relax and enjoy the fine weather. We went for a swim and were pleasantly surprised how warm the water was - approximately 28°C. There was a bit of seaweed along the shoreline but ...
... You get to meet the staff, ask questions and have all the drinks you want for one hour. It's usually quite fun. Joanne and I normally enjoy the rum punch.
Oh yes, I forgot to mention that for this cruise, we've been going to several "Friends of Dorothy" gatherings. "Friends of Dorothy" are for cruisers that identify as being LGBT. We've enjoyed going to this gathering and have met several nice people ...
... for funding this trip and encouraging me to embark on this extraordinary adventure. I would also like to thank Mr. Gary and Ms. Kobes for putting this trip together and making this a wonderful experience. Thank you Edison and Byron, our tour guides in Ecuador and the Galapagos, for providing the best tours possible. Finally, I would like to thank everyone who travelled on this trip because you all made this an unforgettable experience. – Leslie Toohey
... of the drive its just a straight road with turquoise, crystal clear water on either side. It's pretty spectacular and well worth braving the frequently terrifying Florida driving for :-) Our first stop was Key Largo where we visited the John Pennycamp National Marine Park. The coral reef here is protected as are its inhabitants so there is an abundance of marine life to see when snorkelling or diving. We took a boat trip out to the reef and spent a couple of hours snorkelling ...
... and began the 400 room Biltmore Hotel and Country Club.
After a glorious heyday during the Jazz Age, the hotel was requisitioned by the Army for use as a hospital in 1942 and remained a VA hospital until 1968. Several changes of ownership and two multi-million dollar renovations later, the hotel is once again the doyenne of the City of Coral Gables, hosting, if not royalty, 400 fortunate guests. Like the church, the hotel ...
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