Mariaggi's Theme Suites Hotel
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... able to start. Jim, will figure it out. He usually does. True to that statement, I hear the machine start. I go to the window and the two of them are talking like old men so I grab the camera and try to get a picture without them knowing. Success, sort of, so that will have to do. I go down the hall the the bedroom to try and get a better shot, but they have moved on by then. As I leave the bedroom I notice some old photos on the dresser. I open one ...
... Are you going to go and get a hotdog instead?” I ask. “No that’s OK.” I want him to eat something. “How about we trade then?” I say. “I will eat your smokie plus my own and you can have both pieces of pie.” Jim is agreeable to that so we eat our food and enjoy the entertainment. When we are finished, we head toward the craft tables to see what people have for sale.
One man has a table of ...
... despite occasional rain up top. We had several close encounters with Turtles, a good look at a Moray Eel, a new (to us) species of file fish, and a first sighting of a snowflake Moray Eel. A spectacular finish to our underwater activities.
We had lunch with Mark and Deb at Aloha Mixed Plate and made our farewells as Deb and ...
... so what did they use for fuel? How did they handle the sub zero temperatures (up to 40 below zero) and high winds that always seems to be present? They certainly were a hardy group of people.
After landing our driver urged us to hurry as they were about to release a nuisance bear being held in the "polar bear jail". We got to witness this popular event. Bears that wander into town are captured and put into "jail" for up to 30 days, without food ( they do not eat ...
... way. There is no privacy for undressing if you do not get into the bunk first.
The double cabin is well designed but the bunks are designed differently than ours. The bottom bunk folds down the width of the cabin (ie along its short edge) and then the top bunk is lowered from the ceiling. Very ingenious I thought. We also had a loo and a basin. There was a shower in each carriage.
The train was very long with a number of dome cars and a two dining cars plus at ...