DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Executive Meeting Center Palm Beach Gardens
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and all day to leave so this provided much time for reflection.
This is the second time we've been to Key West and the first was 23 years ago. Time has tripled the growth of development and population. The narrow streets are crowded not only with people but also with many bicycles and motorcycles. It was reminiscent of our trips ...
... so we made a quick salad that was actually pretty darn yummy. We drove to Loxahatchee and finally arrived at Chris’s aunt and uncle’s house. Danny and Jim are fantastic hosts and we really enjoyed the last time we came to visit so we knew it would be a nice stop. Chris happily made supper that night because he was able to finally grill something. We had chicken legs and grilled asparagus and it was delicious. We don’t eat a lot of meat ...
... the road we realized we left our dinner, leftovers from Bonefish Grill, in the refrigerator along with a quart of milk. Tom started driving. Love bugs were terrible. Front of RV was black with them. Stopped for gas at Turkey Lake and switched drivers. When I started the engine to drive on I noticed 3 lights still lit on the instrument cluster. We could not get it ...
... Eventually we found exactly what we wanted at Gander`s which also had the largest selection of guns I have even seen, including some AK47s (but these turned out to be pellet [air] guns).
Later we drove North up US1 to Stuart where we cold called on Ray Ivers who we reckon is a second cousin once removed of Marian. He is a charming chap in his 70s and he invited ...
The Captain and First Mate Jeffy spent the day installing a beautiful stove. Did you know it has gimbles, so it moves when the boat moves- so the dinner does not slide off the stove! Pretty practical.
There is also a shiny grill on the rail- fresh grilled fish anyone? They retired after a long day of work and celebrated Cliff's birthday in a ...