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- Heated pool
- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... is open-air to the Malecon so fun to sit there and watch all the action in the Bay and on the Malecon. Part way through our time at Seņor Frog's, the entire restaurant is told to be up and dancing on the floor or the chairs or even tables! Yikes!! When this went on - even the folks on the Malecon joined in on the dancing. Once the music stopped, everyone just went back to doing whatever. Just a hoot!!!
... and this way, those employees can get off the ship. I was angrily sent back to my cabin where I had to wait for the drill to be over with, and miss my Jungle Zip line and Rappelling tour. SO. TICKED. Especially because I had had to get up so early and help out for no reason now!
I slept for about 4 hours and went ashore once the drill finally ended. All I had time to do was walk some of the beach and I got myself a pina colada and tacos at a restaurant ...
... that don't follow my blogs religiously...) so I don't find it stressful at all. I wake up, have a shower (always have to look my best for flights as I'm almost always flying standby) and work my way through, rack after rack, drawer after drawer, adding items into the oversized suitcase that I usually fill to capacity, and subsequently have to empty slightly at the check in counter when my bag weighs in over 50lbs.
What can I say, I'm a girl. And we ...
... off the airplane, we were lead in like cattle down to what seemed like a parking garage for humans. One by one, checking our international customs forms, then led into a open foyer where chaos was an understatement. Two lines branched out in zig zag formation with no obvios structure. I walked thru this madness as if I new where I was suppose to go even though I had no idea what line led to where. Baggage symbols were painted ...
... to delete most of my photos last night – not a big deal as I’ve already posted them on Travelpod – but I spent the last hour retaking some of the shots of the hotel and the cathedral that I took yesterday. I also walked up the steps at the end of Zarazoga, called "Gringo Alley" due to the number of Americans who moved here during the 50’s & 60’s – Liz and Dick included. I found Casa Kimberley (the house Burton bought for Taylor) which is ...