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... You can check a dining room (how busy it is and you can even see the menu for the day), what’s going on right now on the ship, and you can get a map and directions to everywhere. That’s a really nice feature for me since I constantly get lost. In the room you can look on your TV to access that info, plus you can order room service and check your account balance. I really like ...
... chocolate making). Hmmm, wonder which activity will most capture my attention?! Susie, Janell - I'm finally reading the Outlander books! It's been years since I read the 1st 1,000 pages of 8 (?), so have had to start over. Am now back to where I was the first time around. Such an amazing author, that Gabaldon! Will hopefully have wi-fi access tomorrow to send some Azores pics. Hope all is well with everyone! Love you! Sher & ...
... that the kids, even the 3 big ones, had a great time. At times the kids competitive edge got the better of them, but in the end they all enjoyed this. Definitely worth another visit in the future.
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... to be back in Miami anyway, so here I am in the Miami hostel. I changed my flight for tomorrow sunday, hopefully this flight will not be cancelled! Because I definitively want to visit Sophie and Lesli in NY!
So again, a very special experience, this couch surfing! I tell you, I would advice EVERYBODY to try it out! You meet these wonderful people, join them in their life for a few days, learn things, open your mind.
... West Indies, they were sold to the United States by Denmark in 1916. The official language is English, and 80% of the population are black or Afro-Caribbean, and 7% white. They also drive on the left-hand side, like England and Australia. Tourism is the primary economic activity and the US Virgin Islands host 2 million visitors a year, although they only have a population of about 106,000.
There are blue skies and light winds when we arrive, as shown ...