Hampton Inn Boca Raton-Deerfield Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 4:00 not 4:20. Seriously? We are the only ship in port, and we're late leaving? This will never work, because it screws up my waving to the unhappy campers on the webcam that didn't know we were leaving. I think somebody flipped off the bridge, because we didn't start to move until 4:40. Palm Beach County Sheriff Department gave us a nice escort out of town, so they were ready for us to leave also. We returned to the cabin to ...
Early Friday we sailed back into Port Everglades. I believe the ship stats channel reported we had racked up about 3000 nautical miles over the course of eleven days. As we entered port, I went to check this and discovered the trip counter had reset to zero for some reason.
Our group had differing strategies for disembarking. We all had a relatively early flight home. A form was distributed to all passengers ...
... Public toilets – since I’m rambling on about our life on the road, the frequent stops to gas stations, truck stops interstate rest stops and convenience stores must be discussed. Several years ago, one of our favorite TV shows was Extreme Makeover Home Addition. The result of watching too many of those episodes, besides hoping they would have chosen us, was that it became common for Matt to enter any bathroom and comment “Extreme ...
Today was a bit sad as we said our
final goodbyes to some of our new found friends. We had become a
close group for 113 days during the World Cruise and some for even
longer, because we started in San Francisco on December 18, 2013.
As we look back, we sailed through the
Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Ocean and covered around 35,041
nautical miles. We visited 38 ports in ...
... world and was able to get my hands on a beer immediately. Talk
about hospitality! The first night staying in my new "home" was interesting to say the least. The house holds 13 people, one girls dorm and 3 for the guys. Not that I've ever lived in a frat house, but I could imagine it's something like this, adding in the cultural differences (which always prove for a good laugh). ...