Courtyard West Palm Beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Yet again 7am wake up and managed to see the sun rise and break the morning clouds out over the sea from our balcony. After packing up, we checked out at 8am to hit the road for our 200 mile trip to West Palm Beach. We had coffee and a chew bar before we left, but my stomach was griping. Cocoa Beach was the breakfast stop destination, this was …
... my computer. The rest of my week was relaxed. I went to the beach and to the pool.
On Saturday, I had a wildlife day with Tessa. On the morning, we did an awesome hike in a kind of jungle. With the group of 8 people, we looked for animal’s tracks. We found some, especially raccoon, lizards, birds and turtles tracks. On the afternoon, we did a gorgeous kayak ride on the Indian River Lagoon. We were with the Tessa’s neighbourhood, really sweet ...
I left Raleigh on Sunday to spend a few days with family (my mom, aunt and cousin) in West Palm Beach, FL. My aunt, Sister Pauline is a nun. Her order of nuns, The Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirmed, run nursing and elder care facilities. My aunt (84 years old) just retired to their facility here in West Palm. My mom (87), cousin Linda and I have a 2 bedroom apartment. This is a senior living facility where the ...
... Mr Kumar, who thought himself quite humorous (and was at times), sent us some lovely little desserts on our last night. What he didn't know was that Sheila too had arranged for a small cake to celebrate our happy life.
Such a short little adventure but so rich in happenings. I will save the best for a separate posting. Here, just a few notes. The ship is a smaller cruise ship built in 1981 in Germany. It was refurbished in 1992 and 2009 ...
... ready to kick back. Their home is on a canal in WPB, with access to a fresh water lake. Across the canal is an uninhabited "island" which is home to some incredible birds. We saw and heard birds I had never heard or seen before. Limbkins were calling, all kinds of herons, something called a "sea turkey"? Quite a display. Sat on the screen porch, Sylvia prepared a wonderful dinner, and Lin grilled the fish ...