Plantation Inn Hotel & Lounge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... burger while Wendy more adventurously had a gator tail sandwich. Both simple but tasty. On the way back from the Everglades the driver decided to change the order of our afternoon due to impending thunderstorms. We ended up being early for our newly booked boat ride at 2:30 and spent an hour wandering around a market area that was a little like darling harbour, eating the worlds most expensive low fat, low sugar soft serves. The boat tour was really ...
... are likely to be interesting, bat **** crazy or a combination of them both. This guy fit well and truly into the middle category. During my two days there he didn’t leave the dorm one as he set up his little laptop workstation on top of a cooler box and armed it with every single USB device known to mankind, plus a telephone drafted from the 1980’s. He then looked like his stress levels increased another tenfold every couple of minutes then made everyone else aware of ...
Some thoughts on our 17,514 kilometre journey through 30 of 50 States of MeriKa:
I remember the first few hours of being inside the land of liberty, bill of rights and opportunity: the United States of America. We had a rough introduction, to what I then thought, was the everyday American. The customs officials screamed at us for standing in the wrong line, followed by the train official screaming for sitting in the wrong seat. Needless to say, I ...
Our program ended this morning with nothing left to do but check out of the hotel and head to the airport. Cuba proved to be a really great adventure. Our return to the states, on the other hand, was pretty uneventful. This left me plenty of time to reflect on some of the things that really made an impression on me about Cuba, among them:
- The architecture. Some of it was well maintained. Some of it ...
... we get a good look at some of the larger tourist resorts, and the size comparison between Oasis of the Seas (6,296 maximum passengers and 2,394 crew!!) and the whole island. In an anchorage outside the harbour there is a ship at anchor with a cargo of fully rigged yachts. We get a fair sunset, and a lot of islands on the horizon. There was another helipad sail-away, this time for all comers, but without free drinks, but we gave it a miss.