Homewood Suites West Palm Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... reason it's called The Girls is that a group of men opened a food market called The Boys. Then their wives opened The Girls. It has children's areas too and would be lovely for a child's party.
Did a little bit of shopping and then came back as it was coming in thundery . The rain is much needed here. Bob came back about 1 and we had lunch.
Facetimed with both girls. All s well at home. Apparently my ...
... tech, very comfortable seats. Enjoyed the film and the special effects were amazing. There was a hearty dose of implausibility in the plot LOL but it was vey exciting.
Buddy came over in the evening for dinner. Buddy was married to Roz, Harriet's younger sister, for 60 years, but very sadly she died last year. He looked very well however and seems to be coping well wit his new life. Cooking ...
... chlo who'd fallen asleep in the car, slowly on. We started off slowly cruising on the inter coastal (which runs from Miami to New York) and then Craig said it was time to hit some speed. After 30 secs James and his kid Charley were in tears and Chloe woke up abruptly but it was time she did! She got quite a shock to start with as didn't understand why so much wind was being blown on her face however after 2-3 mins he slowed down for the kids sake and we went on to see Tiger ...
... giraffe feeding first. The giraffes' tongues were black in color and really slimy and wet feeling. One of the giraffes let me pet him while I fed him his many pieces of lettuce. After the giraffe feeding, I went on a camel ride. I learned that the hump of the camel is actually the strongest part of the camels back. Since I was the last person in line to ride the camel and no one came after me, Grandpa and I got to chat with the woman that helps run the camel ...
... the lock, nor the fact that they provide the lines for you to use in locking. We also left our last bridge on the Okeechobee Waterway - the Old Roosevelt Bridge (mile 7.4).
There was more evidence of the cattle/orange grove country we were travelling through today. Also it became increasingly evident that we were approaching the eastern shore by the increasing size of properties and homes. Indeed, at Stuart, both shorelines were occupied by homes straight out of ...