Stay Inn West Palm Beach Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... their apt. They also have assisted living and a skilled nursing unit. It's all very lovely and new. From the ballroom and pool area, there is a beautiful view of the inland waterway and the Atlantic beyond. Dinner in the dining room is a dress up affair. It was quite a challenge coming up with the appropriate attire from my backpack!! I think that I managed to look presentable (or so they said!) I'm ...
... went for drinks, dinner and great conversation at the Old Key Lime House in Lantana, FL. We're going on another cruise with them in October 2015 on the brand new NCL Escape on the maiden voyage from Southampton to Ft. Lauderdale. Really looking forward to it!
Today was our first day in Florida before the cruise. We stayed at the Sky Resort in Ft. Lauderdale. Went to the beach in the morning and then had some amazing Cuban food at Mario's Catalina. Thereafter we drove to pick up Aime ja Aino and drive to Boca Raton for the meeskoor concert. The concert was amazing and the whole church was ...
... customs. We bypassed a line of over 200 people. A quick howdy doody at customs and out to the head of the line and she had our car brought up from the valet with a wink and a nod. If for none other of the services we enjoyed (including 35% off at the spa) the customs part was the most worthwhile. So there was never one moment of stress in the whole experience.
Now for the experience! First things first. What we didn't know was that this was a ...
... asset. Answer: When it comes to well constructed fiberglass vessels, no one really knows yet. There are many boats from the 70’s and 80’s still running around cruising. If they are heavily built (which our 2000 Leopard 45 is), and they are well taken care of, then they’ve got a lot of life in them, probably 40 years.
Item #1: Replace all standing rigging. These are the wires ...