Sixty Sixty Resort Residences
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Helen working hard for the last few months and me not really having stopped, a break was well received. We spent our time in the day either laying on the beach reading or lounging in the apartment reading and chatting, catching up on everything that had happened since we last saw each other.
About 5.30 in the evening we always went for a walk along the beach to a nice little beach bar about 15 minutes away to have a beer and watch the sun go down. Being so near the equator ...
... to join them. Then with the help of some strange people, I was given directions to walk to the hostel. I arrive at the hostel, I had sweat out half of my body weight by this point, but nonetheless I was so excited to be in miami. I was given my key and off to my room I went. Disgusting. The beds were wobbly, you could just about fit a pair of shoes on the floor... I hated it. The girls I was sharing the room with soon all filtered in, ...
... we were in a cab heading to downtown Miami and the Intercontinental Hotel. We had room 3204 which was a gorgeous suite on the 32 floor. The views out over the bay towards South Beach were amazing. After showering We decide to head out for a walk and pick up a few things from chemist and also stock up again in Bath & Bodyworks. I swear we have more products at home than they have in store. We return to our room and snooze for an hour before heading out ...
... forever and it was excruciating on our feet, considering how long we’d just been standing in line.
When the drill was over we knew we’d be leaving port soon, and we wanted to be up on deck for that. So we headed for the upper decks where we could be outside and take pictures. We ended up being at the front of the boat the whole time while we left port. The ship was actually facing the wrong way to leave port. And there were two other Carnival boats that ...
... you, otherwise it doesn't work.
Now in USA when you are on the roads it's all about 'righty tighty lefty loosey' as you drive on the right hand side of the road. Paul and I have our Bluetooth headsets on our helmets so on so we can talk to each other as we ride - on our maiden venture back home for the first time we were saying to each other 'righty tighty' as we turn right and 'lefty loosey' as we ...