Otrobanda Hotel and Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the downtown showcase buildings showed a commercial area in decline. Lots of empty buildings hinting at past glories. Everyone photographs the colourful Dutch-inspired waterfront buildings and the famous pontoon bridge, so the touristy illusion endures. Even 20 years ago, it could be dangerous venturing away from town to explore those advertised secluded beaches. One couple we met had their rental ...
... day involves renting a car. Period. We’re not sure where we’re going just yet, but we’re lucky that maps are handed out not 500 yards from the ship! Taking breakfast with a new friend, we sip delicious café au laits, nibble on fresh baguettes and plot out our day. Time to make the most of our shore day! We met the rest of our group back at the ship and headed to the first rental car booth…busted. No more cars for the day, on to the ...
2nd Port of Call today ... Willemstad, Curaçao. This is a Dutch settlement and very colourful and pretty. We had no set plans for today but had organised to meet Heather and Tim in the Atrium at 8.30 to walk into town. We walked off the ship and walked past a few tour operators waving signs but there was no real hard sell, as we walked along the waterfront we noticed a weird pontoon that we thought was some sort of walkway but didn't think too much ...
... other ships in port. So today will be another sea day…that’s fine with us.
So we sailed off with really no place to go. I guess we were going to do figure eights in the Caribbean Sea until tomorrow morning. The water was very calm once we got out further to sea. This situation is almost like an airplane not being able to land immediately upon arrival at an airport; so we are slow rolling to Bonaire (our next ...
... walk in blistering heat, hidden at the commercial shipping docks behind sheds. We had to ask many people along the way for directions and would never have found them on our own as neither building had any sign on it.
Once we did finally find them, it took forever for them to process us. They seemed to resent yachties for some reason...we found out later we were not the only ones who had been been given such a hard time checking in as we watched ...