Bal Harbour Quarzo
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... country (well you know what I mean) it’s hard enough understanding American English sometimes without having a Spanish accent. It has been interesting translating Americanisms, here are some of the ones we have come across so far:
Safety corridor – hard shoulder
Median – central reservation
GPS – sat nav (they don’t know what you’re ...
Day 1:We made it off the boat. Not too much entertaining to tell really, other than for those who may take a cruise, this disembark was quite easy. Not much waiting, and zipped through everything. Traveling with our now 3 year old girl twins; this is saaaa-weeet! We hopped in a taxi (that was a bit of a wait/line), and made it back to Embassy Suites. Since check-in wasn't until 3PM (it was only 10:30 AM at this point), we hung ...
... but the cab driver said it was too short a fare - about ten blocks from our hotel, so I walked there in the humidity and heat.
Five from our group were there drinking pain killers, and eating oysters and crabs (at $1 each), so I had six oysters and three pain killers. My roommate and I went to Havana Harry's for dinner. I slept well that night - half soused out of my mind.
... br> There were four of us, Tim, V, Lizz and me assigned to our dive instructor, a Belgian native. Laurent was serious about his love of diving and serious about making sure he taught us and that we learned how to dive safely.
Our first day of class lasted until about 2:30 p.m.
Saturday morning, we met at the shop at 8 a.m. and took a two-hour in class enriched air diving course to allow us to extend our ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility