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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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The water finally calmed down, which meant we didn't have the snap, crackle and POP sounds but for some reason, I could NOT sleep. Kathi woke up at 4:30 and we were both awake at that point, so we started getting ready to leave. We headed up to the 16th deck for breakfast/coffee since room service doesn't operate on the last day. After a quick bite, we went back to the room to ...
Had breakfast down stairs at our accomodation Buffett and then went for a walk into Lincoln road mall. Brad went a different way into town so he could look at the golf course. After having a shop around we walked further on to Ocean Drive for a look and some lunch. The streets are ...
... my "Marley Acai Bowl" which had peanut butter mixed into the acai! It was ono-banono! The afternoon was pretty light, featuring walks up Miami Beach and through the Lincoln St. mall. I had to stop at the Apple Store because I only brought one charger with me, and I'll admit that it was nice having a "purpose" for the first time this trip. Even if it was just shopping for something small. I also got to adventure around the main part of ...
... river known for its crocodiles. We got out and walked over the bridge to see no less than 10 enormous crocs ranging from 6-12 feet with jaws that would snap you in two. This has become a tourist attraction so there were people lined up the street selling handmade wooden crocodiles. There was also a small fruit shack with fresh fruit for sale and other snacks and drinks. Jeff got and Imperial pilsner, the beer of costa Rica. I got fresh coconut water ...
... just no historic stuff and only rich people. The Taxi drove us through all the little rivers in the city and showed us the houses of the rich and famous. The houses where huge and if you don't have at least a 80ft yacht in front of it you were n outsider.
We changed boots once to go on a different tour with the water-taxi up to Hollywood beach. Hollywood Beach is beautiful it has white sand and the water was turquoise. Fun was that we could whiteness the filming of a Spanish soap ...