Stay Inn West Palm Beach Airport
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... these. Rather than putting the beer in kegs and serving it that way, the large serving vessel tanks were plumbed directly to the bar. This is a very cool feature! I'm surprised more place don't do this, and if they do, why i hadn't noticed before!
Overall, this is a very nice place with very average beer.
... mom it's bigger than palm beach zoo and they have a better park" the boys loved the zoo, Chris' favorite was the panda bear and they both wanted to stay at the park forever as they made some new German friends, today was another hot day and after walking the 84 acres of zoo we were all ready to head back to the apartment. Took a walk around a very busy Berlin with Brian after he finished work, while mom rested her feet and dad watched the BBC new ...
... meet Steph, Tony and Geoff, everyone enjoyed a steak cooked at the table on their own personal volcanic Rock apart from me who had tagliatelle !!!!!, when for a few beers, saddler gate was empty and I we were all felling really old, Brian wanted to go to a place called mosh!!, Steph and I wanted coffee downstairs, Tony was just happy to be able to eat again ( after his tooth extractions) and Geoff was enjoying his cheese...a good night but we are all very ...
... at 2:30 pm between Jack Nichlaus' yacht and Tiger's yacht (again). Got the hook down and drinks poured and waited for the sunset. Lake Worth's anchorage is a poor man's Shangri-la surrounded by mansions and high rises. The weather is supposed to deteriorate over the next several days so we may be here for a few. Not a bad place to stay til we can move further down state. Will write more with updates later. Check out some pictures below.
... the ocean looking at meticulously trimmed landscaping and opulent houses--including Donald Trump's. Closed the trip with a tour of the Henry Flagler museum, which was spectacular. Built in the 20's in Victorian/Gilded Age architecture, each room reflected not only money, but European and gothic styles and some of the newest materials, including aluminum. Art was phenomenal. Flagler, railroad ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking