La Quinta Inn Deerfield Beach I-95 at Hillsboro E
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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The water finally calmed down, which meant we didn't have the snap, crackle and POP sounds but for some reason, I could NOT sleep. Kathi woke up at 4:30 and we were both awake at that point, so we started getting ready to leave. We headed up to the 16th deck for breakfast/coffee since room service doesn't operate on the last day. After a quick bite, we went back to the room to ...
The main job for today was to embark safely and on time for our cruise. Not a hard job - it was a 10 min taxi ride away and we didn't have to be there until lunch. Our taxi driver was from Haiti and we had a great laugh on the ride over (mainly at my expense because I have forgotten to bring anything for the 'formal' dinners on the cruise). I packed light. Too light. We managed the embarkation process ...
... we have enjoyed the Jersey Shore and the Outer Banks. There was always a destination and the gathering. This gathering is a vital component to the legacy of our family. Great memories, good and bad (like white water rafting and getting there) go down in history and the bad have a way of quickly embellishing a good yarn about our version of this “dysfunctional family”.
For my extended family, let this be a repeat, and hopefully a ...
... by my now sucked-in and narrowed presence.
Soon, others stopped to ask if they could share the table. The companion changed their story from “getting food” to “trying to make dinner reservations downstairs” and it soon became clear that these two were not only unpleasant, they were also untruthful.
The ships public address system soon came alive with the announcement that all staterooms were now ready so I fled the ...
... and modern-- goes back a long time. We invite you to journey with us as we explore the Americas from the Tropic of Cancer, through the Panama Canal, south to Cape Horn and then north to Montevideo and Buenos Aires.
Let us remember those more than 5,600 who labored and died during the American construction and the estimated 22,000 who died ...