Estoril Paradise Inn
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Today we woke to a drizzly, overcast grey day. So disappointing. Had breakfast in Horizon Court And lingered there over a few cups of coffee. Then we wandered around the ship and did our sightseeing from the inside. Alvin had a nap and I had a vanilla bean latte at the International Cafe, my favourite place on the ship. ...
... our hotel where we headed for the bar and a nice glass of wine before heading to our room where we both soon headed to bed. Takes a few days for the jet lag to disappear. Tomorrow it's Allure of the Seas. We have travelled on some pretty big ships but none like this. It's partly why we have booked a small ship for our next cruise, for the contrast as some say the smaller ships better and more intimate than these behemoths. We shall ...
... the next day. We would be gone by then, but we were flying with Spirit again in the morning so we decided to come back and sort it out then.
Our hotel near the airport was nice. It was more expensive but far better than anywhere we had stayed in the previous six months and it had a free airport shuttle bus. Unfortunately, we were only there for a few hours and didn't get a chance to use the pool. It was quite late when we arrived, ...
... cost $7, very reasonable and straight to the ship. We had a full bus, but only two lots of cruise passengers, just three of us for Celebrity. There were six massive cruise ships waiting, Celebrity Eclipse, Caribbean Princess, Holland America ...
... car that I have a secret code in case my host family sells me into slavery or something. I insisted that my host family probably doesn't know any english so saying the word, "help" would suffice. Ultimately, she decided that the phrase would be "Mom, I really miss NASCAR". Anyone who knows me knows that this is a phrase I would never utter ever.
I'm in Fort Lauderdale now taking advantage of the fact that I have a ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking