Catalina Canyon Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsCatalina Canyon Resort & Spa Avalon
best time of my life. we al had a good time good people all around would just say maybe more cheerfull people not fake smiles
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#36 Swiss Army Knife - Ebay $25 new: I picked up this little knife because I needed some kind of protection, even if this small. Anything over 4 inches is illegal in most countries and you can be arrested and fined up to 5000 Euros so be weary. Be careful as well with some modes of transportation. You will be flagged with these and hassled. Cruises will confiscate these until you exit the ship.
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... and nearly delayed my departure. It was cold. Very cold. While I was there the temperature regularly hit zero degrees Celsius, there were snow reports in the North, roads were closed due to icy conditions, offices were closed and schools didn't open until midday. In Texas! Alas the icy conditions didn't affect our drive to the airport or my flight and I jetted out of the Lone Star State bound for California.
I'd been to California before, ...
... today? Off we set, Marilyn and I taking our duties as deck candy very seriously, looking gorgeous with the wind whipping through our golden locks whilst the men heaved and hauled ropes and sheets and things.... Yes we (they) did get the sails up, the engine was turned off and we scudded through the water and yes, it was fantastic and exhilarating, especially when once again we were joined by dolphins playing tag around the boat. We had to motor ...
... near the ship were two people that were hugging. I thought at first - shish.. those two people are hugging for a long time - they are really going to miss one another. As we were taking the shuttle from the hotel to ship, I then found out that they were actually statues and not real people. Joanne and I both had a little laugh over that one.
Along the harbour, I noticed one memorial for the Merchant Marines and another for the Fishermen lost at ...
... of the island to an island conservancy which will keep it in its natural state forever. The fourth generation of Wrigleys are now running the show and they continue the family legacy which means we can all enjoy this paradise forever.
We left Marina Del Rey just after noon and arrived at the north end of Catalina five and a half hours later. For those that are keeping track, yes we motored the entire way again in dead flat water. ...