La Quinta Inn & Suites Melbourne
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... sense of humor. He said he will take good care of us throughout our cruise.
Muster was at 3:45 pm for the lifeboat drill. We had to meet at Station 6 and that was like a zoo. We got the scoop and were dismissed post haste. Time to check out the ship. Notice I have progressed from calling it a boat to a ship.
We saw Mike and Dee Dee and visited a bit and then went to the Pool Deck. That is a hopping place. The activities directors ...
... paradise. They blindfolded me and swore me to secrecy before they took me there, so I can’t tell you where it’s actually located, but there is wide open green space and it feels like you’ve stepped onto another planet. The facility is owned by a self-made billionaire with an interest in conservation and wild animals (breeding them, not shooting them).
Rum Creek Ranch has 40 (that is not a typo, it’s forty) pygmy hippos. Take my word for it, ...
... office (soon to become Zander's room). What a happy group they all were...including Bob who can't wait to get back to softball, the beach, and life on Maui!
Hope everyone is doing well! I'm going to slow down a bit on the posts now that I'm safe and sound in Florida. Thanks once again for staying in touch with us over the past two months! I am settling in here, enjoying my time, but still can't wait to get home.
Love to all!
... to be done - but in the short 3-4 years that the GCA has been there - they are making a difference and WE are also a part of that difference.
The Orphanage had apx. 40 children from the ages of 6-8 years that they have committed to house and educate until they are apx 18 - then they will be productive, educated adults who can help those in Haiti - they will not be adopted and they will not leave Haiti. I was conflicted when I 1st ...
... Hurricane Andrew struck in 1992 with only seven buildings surviving and still standing by 7/1/99.
A petition was circulated to save Stiltsville. The response from the community was overwhelming. More than 75,000 people asked that Stiltsville be spared, and the park service reversed their decision to demolish the remaining homes. In August, 2000, the Park ...