La Te Da Hotel
Photos of La Te Da Hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
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... very tired-crazy child, we stopped at a bar/restaurant on the tourist path for a quick bite. We had the requisite conch fritters and when Liesl saw mojitos on the drink menu, she had flashbacks to her tour of duty on the front lines of America in Curaçao. We ordered a couple of drinks to set the tone and got two watered down, tasteless, half-hearted attempts at mojitos. I guess it was symbolic of the whole place...a long proud tradition, ...
... through the Miami traffic in a southerly direction. We soon realised that is was a public holiday, so the traffic was relatively light. We soon found the road and was most excited to see the 'Crocodile Crossing' sign on the side of the road close to The Everglades National Park. Gulp......
the journey took approximately four hours and after having made a disasterous stop at a Starbucks coffee joint in Key Largo, we arrived at our destination, an historic ...
... we passed a liquor shop and the guy at the door shouted out 'we know how to sneak booze on to the ship' so of course we went back and got a lesson and some bought some appropriate sized bottles which we put in our pockets (that's the big secret). After some nervous moments going through the scanner we got though no problems and enjoyed a g&t (with Bombay Sapphire!) as we cruised out of the ...
... not limited to fruit, muffins, bagels and yogurt. We set sail and the water was really blue and flat very pretty to see, especially with the palm trees on the shore. First up we did parasailing. We split into groups and off we went. Luckily it was just my tour group in ours because as soon as I got up in the air I fell off the seat and was literally being held up by the harness between my legs. I think you can imagine this wasn't the most comfortable situation but I ...
... 8217;t see anywhere else in the world.
We crossed over 7-mile bridge and as the sun was nearly over the horizon, we pulled in to a parking lot. As I exited the car and turned to face the sunset my breath was taken away by the numerous shades of red and orange emanating from beyond the Keys. So vivid. I have seen sunsets over the South Pacific and the Caribbean but this image will remain with me for a very long time. A bunch of octogenarian Floridians weren’t ...