Culebra Beach Villas
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... they are Elite members, Al and Nancy also get a free minibar setup. Al says that Nancy always packs up those 8 little bottles and takes them home. Apparently they have a big cardboard box filled with little booze bottles because she doesn't want them to go to waste! So, Nancy grabs those 8 mini bottles, we put them in our pockets, all four of us laughing like naughty kids, and head back to our room. We did exchange email and snail mail addresses. ...
... does at home here.
We then grabbed a taxi back to the ship, and once on board, Rob grabbed a couple of cappichinos, and we came back to the room to relax. Unfortunately, the Do Not Disturb sign was still in our door, so our cabin attendant didn’t make up our room. We napped for a little bit before getting ready for dinner.
Before dinner, I went to ...
Sunday port of call , St. Thomas.
We landed at Havensight and had to walk a bit, past shops to catch the taxi to St. Thomas. We stopped in one of the shops to check prices, see what there was and Barb tried on a dress. She put her purse on the wheelie back pack and her blouse on top. Of course it was just that souvenir type of stuff so she decided not to buy it and we left. Just outside, in the lot we were guided to get on a converted half ton truck with bench seating in the ...
6/25-6/28 San Francisco and environs
7/1 Sequoia National Park+King’s Canyon
7/2 Drive down the PCH (Pacific Coast Highway)
7/3-7/4 San Diego+area
7/7 Drive through Death Valley
7/8 Las Vegas
7/9-7/10 Grand Canyon
7/12 Back to Boston
We included an extra day in there and perhaps we can use it to go to Bryce Canyon and or ...
Finally! The ferry docked at the cutest little town on the cutest littlest bluest greenest most beautiful island--and we just knew we were going to like it there. To top it off, we had made friends with Chester and Alex, two cool Minneapolitans, on the way over. We had a leisurely dinner at the Dinghy Dock (where Deb met a nice couple who used to live in Florida but now live on their sailboat and travel the world) and bought ...