Delray Breakers On The Ocean
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... br> Once outside I managed to balance the holdall on top of the smaller case and get to the coach. Phew, was I hot and bothered. Never mind, half way there. I was dreading Miami airport as a luggage trolley there is like rocking horse ****!
I had ...
visiting. I arrived in Florida on the Thursday evening and Matt would be arriving from California on Saturday evening.
Erik has a full time job so I spent Friday exploring Pompano Beach where he lives. Although it ...
... at the cruise terminal.
My friend Mike called and we chatted for 31 minutes. Mike will be meeting me Dec. 22 in Valparaiso, Chile, at the conclusion of my Celebrity Infinity cruise. Mike and I will then board Star Princess for a 13-night cruise around Cape Horn to Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The shuttle departed the motel at 3:06 and it was a short ride east on Florida 84 to Port Everglades. Pier 25 was empty at 3:20 when the van pulled up to drop me off. ...
... Each garden representing a specific period in time in history when it was developed in Japan. I believe the Japanese truly know what it means to garden by creating an art form, and Gabe was able to capture the beauty in his photos. It was a lovely walk with his Grandparents, and we encountered many different people sitting, and walking each soaking up the sounds, smells and beauty in the small world that was created in this garden.
... Sipapu Bridge and walk around. At next viewpoint we look down on Anasazi ruins at Horsecollar Ruin, at river level in a rock overhang. The name is unexplained. Also stop at Kachina Bridge.
At Owachomo Bridge, Murray walks far enough down into the canyon to get a view from below the level of the top of the bridge. Later we get to a plaque which indicates the "Bears Ears" we have seen on signposts are actually two flat-topped mesas close to each others, possibly ...