Bal Harbour Quarzo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The beach was quite touristy, and extremely built up. There were little beach huts everywhere, along with umbrellas and deck chairs set up for all the tourists.
After wandering around the area for a while, we stopped off for an ice cream sundae - it turned out to be more economical to ...
... who gave them a new world America. It was a lovely area along the river front, looking over to the ports. We walked along the river walk until it came up thru Miamarina and Bayside Marketplace. It was a plush area with seating and restaurants around the marina boardwalk. There were boutiques along the market square with individual stalls in the square. A musician was playing to a small crowd, in a little outside seated arena. Then there was a Bubba & Gump shrimp ...
We drove into Miami, and had booked another whole apartment with airbnb, but for the first time on the trip we struggled to find the place, and took a little while locating the woman. But when we did find it, it was brilliant, a really nicely furnished place, and great location! Our first night we decided to take a little walk along the strip to see what was going on and to find somewhere for dinner. There were a lot of restaurants to choose from, all of which were ...
... would be delayed to allow for extra cleaning. Indeed, all leaves had been cancelled for the crew and every nook and cranny was being cleaned and disinfected. Every book had been removed from the library and from the staterooms for steam cleaning. You couldn't go anywhere without a crew member asking you to sanitize your hands and hand shaking was strongly discouraged.
In the buffet, no one was allowed to serve himself or herself. You ...
... in every direction.
We finally made port mid-afternoon Sunday in Staniel Cay,Exuma Islands, a familiar place to Steven and I as we had stopped here back on our spring trip and had fond memories of the small coral rock with a welcoming community. Didn’t take long for us to race down the dock and make good friends with the bartender, imbibing on the local brew Kalik and catching up on our Sunday scores with (OMG) HD!! We wasted away the rest of ...