Horizon View Beach Hotel
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- Car rentals
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... way too much sun by the pool. We’ve been inside, eating breakfast, strolling the ship, napping and getting a light lunch. Pizza is light, isn’t it? It had a very thin crust. Of course, pizza demands a beer; a demand that is easily answered on this vessel. After lunch I went to watch the last hot glass show. Between the previously mentioned beer and the warm breezes I was very close to falling asleep as I watched a ...
... had a 5 hr. sail cruising into Great Bay. Five cruise ships were just finishing their day ashore shipping out playing the theme to "The Love Boat" on their horns, it was pretty funny. Philipsberg is a beautiful town on the bay with brightly painted houses and buildings reminiscent of Copenhagen. The people ashore were very nice and the 3 of us decide to "tie one on". ...
... respect. Finding out how non pretentious and how genuine and friendly they are and that they truly see their fans as friends? Like the commercial says .... "Priceless."
If there were any void in this trip at all .... It was the noticeable absence of Hazel Miller. Although this was my first BHTM cruise, I've seen them enough times to know that angelic voice of hers adds such a soulful dimension. Whatever kept her from this journey with us, ...
... were dozens of varieties of butterflies, all beautiful, and some easier to photograph than others. The very hardest was one called the blue morpho, because its wings are a beautiful iridescent blue on top, but black on the bottom. I wanted to get a picture of the blue side, but when they are at rest, they fold their wings so only the black side shows. It became somewhat of a passion with me to get a picture of ...
... Philipsburg. That explained the confetti lining the major street. The town just mostly had old little shops and small houses. Although they weren't what you would typically think of as being nice, they were quite charming in their own way. When we came back toward the beach on the made road, we saw that the Carnival parade was lining up. We took a couple pictures and headed toward a music shop to buy me a ukulele. Because of Carnival, however, a lot of the shops closed ...