Plantation Inn Hotel & Lounge
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... ambience was really relaxed with the most beautiful scenes of Tuscan countryside.
Accommodations in every category are spacious and we were lucky enough to be able to look at the Vista Suite, Penthouse Suite, Concierge Level Verandas, Veranda Staterooms, Deluxe Oceanview and Inside Staterooms.
These 1,200- to 1,500-square-foot suites (size depends on desk location) include access to the ...
... Tournament. Lots of very fit men without shirts.
In our area of South Beach, where incidentally, Miami Vice was filmed, there are some beautiful late Art Deco buildings which have been carefully preserved. Many of these hotels have deep shaded verandahs onto the street, and are now bars and restaurants. On Ocean Drive these restaurants run for several blocks, with tables all along the footpaths. One of the great past times here ...
... on Hacienda Tranquila's property so we had fresh milk and cheese (until a stray dog broke in an ate all the milk). We also made delicious pizza using a brick oven made by previous volunteers. As for our work, we have been kept pretty busy, working six hours in the hot sun each day. On Wednesday we carried small boulders up and down a steep hill for material to make turtle homes, and milked the cows afterwards. Thursday morning we ...
... idea and order home-delivery Chinese, including some surprisingly good BBQ ribs. There is some Wi-Fi in the reception area, so Dianne checks our mail. We have a surprisingly good sleep in spite of more than 160 trains a day on the railway line right next to the highway we are on. We found out about the trains just after paying for the night, when a very noisy train went by.
Friday 6th April (Good Friday) Flagstaff- Phoenix- Fort Lauderdale
... this morning.
After we'd sweated and cooled off in our clothes for about the 20th time that morning - we ruled that we desperately needed a shower and cooling off so we headed back to the hostel. It was also lunch time so after a nice change of clothes we went in search of a place to eat. We ended up at a place called Manolo's which served supersized helpings of everything. I got a pizza for $6.00 that was the size of an A4 paper - and was supposed to be ...