Hampton Inn West Palm Beach Florida Turnpike
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... dress-up shop to find a costume for Halloween. There were some great costumes but they were pretty expensive so decided to go to CityPlace to look at the shops there instead. Jeremy dropped us all off and we went into H&M and GAP and Mum and Dad bought a few items of clothing on sale and Maddy & I got a dress and skirt for our Halloween costume.
For lunch we went to ...
... of direction. It was very amusing. So, off we went in a cloud of smoke and steam to discover Jupiter Island on our own with no one's help!
We trooped along and drove down the moderately winding road...very long road... and passed some pretty swish properties. Some of these expanses have landscaping that, in the hot season, can cost $50,000 per month to maintain. That's just nuts and more than most of us make in a year. In spite of that fact the ...
... turn and head back to the Pollo Tropical which was favourite choice. The lightening had picked up and the rain was in the air. It had started to spot rain as we approached the diner, just in time as it chucked it down when we went in. We chose the trio: chicken, ribs & pulled pork with 2 sides, which we shared between us: kernel corn, Caesar salad, rice and balsamic tomatoes & corn bread roll. Salad dressings in abundance so I tried 6 different flavours ...
... The gallery is rather small but is filled with the most amazing pieces of art, blown glass. All of the pieces were for sale but thy were really really expensive. I think the cheapest thing in that building was a little under $10,000. The owners were very nice and they knew a lot about the blown glass art community as well as the processes used.
Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012 - We left late morning to join Stan & Kathy at the anchorage south of Peanut Island next to the inlet. We arrived at 12:30 pm and the rain began. Stan took the dingy over to welcome us. We all decided to get together tomorrow when ...