Clarion Hotel & Suites Curacao
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... bridge that has to open for boats and ships to pass through. In the background you can see the Queen Juliana bridge, the highest in the Caribbean. We did not get to go across it, but did cross the Queen Emma Pontoon Bridge. Before we crossed it, there was an area of street vendors, and some street musicians. Behind them, taxi ...
... the ship for a couple hours to refresh and cool down and then return to have lunch at McDonald's.
We showered and changed and rested a bit and then headed back out just after noon. Surprising, the only additional things we found open on our return across the footbridge was a few restaurants. None of the stores appeared that they were going to open at all today. In thinking about it, we were the only cruise ship in port and, with only ...
... of infirm old fogies, with a few exceptions, and off we go. Did I mention it was overcast and humid this morning? Well, it started to rain - hard. Smug little me had packed my umbrella, I thought it could always double up as a parasol.
Rough water overnight . 45 min late arrival At dock , but unloading by numbers . Off about 1030 Walked around town- brightly painted town . Netherlands colony - very clean and modern Fantastic Bridge . Pontoon BR across hbr. Had 6 beer for cost of 4 . Nice day . Back on board about 7 pm . Happy hour then dining at ...
Had a lovely day yesterday in Curaceo. Apparently it is where many Dutch come to retire and I can see why. The waterfront is lined with beautifully painted houses, maintained largely with Dutch money we understand, and everyone promenades along the footbridge from one side of town o the other. I went on a tour by boat to a beach where we had three hours of swimming in a sea marginally ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center