Villa Harding Suites
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... free at the buffet, and the options, say at the Eataly, seemed pricey ($5.90 for salad, $18 for a strip steak) when the dining room (already paid for) had ample selections (including vegetarian) and were quite good.
The terminal check-in process worked well, compared with our experience on other ships, however there wasn’t much seating. It would have also been helpful to have had a place to store carry-on luggage when we boarded the ship ...
1st full day in Ft Lauderdale. Started day bright and early 5:45 at Starbucks. Gathered the troops after for breakfast and then we went for a shopping trip to Costco to buy Wine for the cruise. After returning we went to the pool to enjoy a warm but overcast day to relax. After a couple of hours a Tornado warning came up with strong winds and heavy downpour. We waited for that to pass and headed out to look at what to do tonight. Jungle ...
... we have reservations made for all but 15 nights of our 3.5 month trip. We’ll know where we’re resting our heads for most all of our nights. Each location was chosen based on the geography and purposely varied – volcanoes, cliffs, mountains, rolling hills; ocean, lakes, rivers, tidal estuary; trees! We’re staying in a combination of home rentals & cottages, bed & breakfasts, a sheep & cattle station, ...
... feeling a little queasy.
We then headed to World Showcase, where there are exhibitions from 11 countries. Each area has architecture typical of the country, shops, bars, restaurants and entertainment. Some of the countries have promotional type short films, so of course we checked out O'Canada and a few others. We had lunch in Germany, crepe's in France, beer and cider in Great Britain and a tasty dinner in Morocco complete with belly dancing. And ...
... house for 9 guests. Cost him $3000 apparently. I helped the chef and served the guests. We were done by 23:30. Long day but a great experience! And to add to the good day, I found out that I GOT THE JOB! So excited. Saturday Captain John fetched me and I started to work on my boat, a brand new M/Y Island Cowboy 65' Hatteras. I love working on the boat. I started detailing all the cabins. There is a master, VIP, twin and double cabin all with en suite heads (bathrooms). ...