Ramada West Palm Beach Airport
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... our old condo, Eastpointe I. Everything is still the same so I guess the hurricane's have spared everything on the island. Tonight is seafood again at Juno Beach Fish house and then off to bed. We need to be out of here about 10:00 a.m. tomorrow so that we can board the ship in Fort Lauderdale at around noon after we return the rental beast.
... large family living in the house, so I dont want to draw so much that we all break the circuits. I have to leave my air on 24 7 now,, have my furry babies with me , who are adjusting quite well.
If anyone has any suggestions, on litter smell, or what kind to use,, hair,,, lol I cleaned the whole place with a lint roller the other day.. omg so much hair.. and I really think they use the litter box ,waaay to much,, maybe feed less.. haha too many treats. I cant deny
... have been the only stress of the cruise because we could hardly understand a thing he said. But he was definitely fun and remembered us from the first moment and every time he passed us he would say "Hello Mrs Marilyn, Mrs Rosemary!" Then there was Selwyn in our favourite restaurant The Cove. He served us in style for our champagne breakfast and our final dinner. He made the beginning and the end of the cruise wonderful. Such a classy, professional young man! ...
... room right by the pool. We dumped our bags and got our swimmers on and promptly jumped in the pool to cool down. Here we spent a couple of hours just sunbathing, swimming, drinking and chilling out by the pool. The first time we stopped by ourselves to do nothing but relax. It was at least 88* on the way down, it felt a lot hotter now. Didn't realise we both had got sun burnt just sat in the car, i had strap lines & needed to sun them out . The pool ...
8000 miles so far!
Drove over to West Palm on Saturday afternoon to see Lin and Sylvia. Went through the middle of the state, through lush agricultural land. Amazing how much agriculture there is in the interior of Florida. Oranges, sugar cane, other truck crops everywhere. Stopped a couple of times on top of the dikes of Lake Okeechobee. Lin had just returned from a "dreadful" week in North Carolina, so ...