Americas Best Value Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... of you that know me know that buffets are not my favorite. Oh well, I will survive. They have any and everything you can imagine on this buffet. They have tables of sweets, but they are not so good. I know there is ice cream on this ship somewhere and I will find it. Found the ice cream and they have soft serve vanilla and strawberry. Not too bad... The crew and staff are all very friendly and some even pretty funny. Not sure about this boat as I have not ...
... were playing bluegrass. One afternoon Mari and Jon’s dogs tried to murder an opossum (the only species of marsupial in North America) that had inadvertently strayed into the backyard. Jon (who is a police officer) had to shoot the poor thing to put it out of its misery. At least we didn’t serve it up for dinner.
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When we came back to the original center, we went to the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit. It had the last Shuttle Atlantis that was used for missions to the International Space Station. We went down a big slide into a new level and went into a launch simulation room, which was so cool. It felt like we were going into space and felt like it because of the screen we were sitting behind. It was a really bumpy ride.
... school and Orphanage there was huffing and puffing and I was glad I wasn't alone in that... The work that was completed at the school; in just the few days we were there was remarkable - the workers were hand carrying concrete blocks up the stairs - a few in the group pitched in to take a few blocks up to the 2nd floor - it was HOT and HARD work. By the time we had left they had blocked in 1/2 of the 2nd floor classrooms - amazing to me.
... that required immediate medical attention. The captain did his best to make up the lost time en route after we left St. Thomas. But then yesterday another medical emergency required us to make a stop at the Grand Cayman islands. We don't know details about the passenger's condition, but a man estimated to be around 50-60 years old was taken by gurney off the ship and into a waiting ambulance. We were delayed longer as the Disney medical team waited with the passenger until ...