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... experience not to be missed, if you get a chance to go there. He had been chosen to become an astronaut due to his scientific background in astro-geophysics. When we entered the dining room, we were seated 10 at a table. Our tablemates were a family from New Jersey, Bill, Aleea, and Jesse, and the Hartness family from Wellington, New Zealand, Mom, Dad, daughter Chanelle and her boyfriend, and daughter Safra. Safra had been a foreign ...
... made dinner. Beats any hotel I’ve ever encountered! For those of you who know Lisa, you know that I she and I are fairly similar in many ways, including our appearance, mannerisms, and our OCD organizational German tendencies. Her dad (who had never met me before) said I was so much like Lisa that I was now officially adopted into their family!
The only sightseeing I managed to accomplish in Miami other than my time at the zoo was a visit to the Botanical ...
... thanks giving but OMG this dinner could have fed a small army!!! There was beans, mashed potato, mashed pumpkin, heaps go stuffing, turkey, cranberry sauce and a bread roll. I was soooo full I had to roll out of the restaurant hahaha. It's one of the guys birthdays tonight so were thinking of going to the strippers tonight :) miss you guys so much ...
... Georgia, Maddie our German Shepherd acting very strange. Arrived at Jekyll Island Campground at dark. It's getting very very cold and Gary is supposed to play golf with his brother Ray tomorrow, yikes! Day four....Very cold but Gary decides to brave it. The dogs and I hunkered down in the van Maddie has more of her seizure like behavior, it's frightening. Definitely not on the itinerary. Go for an early dinner with Ray and our niece Patty, she always brings ...
... br> and is used by Royal Caribbean on a 99-year lease. A permanent staff of
about 100 is supplemented by ship's crew and commuters from a nearby
island. There is no dock and we anchored in the harbor, coming into the
island by large tenders permanently stationed there.
I am not a beach person, but I did book the "Nature Walk". I took the
first tender to the island, arriving around 8:15, and ...