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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... by forces outside of our control.
Here in Florida this vast ecosystem begins at Lake Okeechobee. In its infancy, prior to man's involvement, meddling and desire to "mature" the area, Okeechobee was unbounded. Okeechobee is the heart of the Central Everglades. It is the historical gatekeeper between the watershed from the north and the Southern Everglades and Florida Bay. Rain that fell between Orlando and the Lake would drain ...
We woke up feeling refreshed. Night time is weird because you go to bed not even needing a sheet and then it slowly gets chilly so you wake up and need a blanket and then when the sun comes up its a toaster oven again. I guess it's just this time of year and I don’t mind it so much as it acts like an alarm in the morning to force you out of bed and to start the day. We went to the garden to take advantage of the free pancakes and coffee. They provide everything ...
... really smart Art Deco themed place, with a huge terrace at the back for a bar. Celebrated Sam's last night, as he flies home tomorrow. Had a couple of beers at the bar. Went down into Miami beach at 3 in the morning, everywhere was dead. Apart from one club called Mangoes, Josh had forgotten his ID so we headed to the pizza shop instead. Late night snack, catching a taxi back at 5 in the ...
... just amazing, to then meet the
stereotypical American person. There
seems to be a LOT more kids and teens on this leg of the cruise but I have no
problem with that so long as they are watched and behave.
We have left Florida
now and are heading for our second time stop at the Island of Eleuthera and the
resort of Princess Cays. We won't be
doing a tour this time and so will have time to wander the resort itself ...
... and cool and we enjoyed the ride up the oversea highway. It was a smooth trip except for getting caught in the Stone Crab Festival traffic in Key Largo. I love Floridians. They park their cars wherever they want to park them. Both sides of the highway and the median strip were filled with cars. The cars in the median were parked pretty haphazardly. Even the cops (who have "Protecting Paradise" painted on the side of ...