Residence Inn Delray Beach
Travel Blogs from Delray Beach
... pomodoro- penne pasta with diced tomatoes, garlic, olive oil and Parmesan. It was delicious...
Tomorrow is embarkation day. I hope everything goes smoothly. We have to take the car to the off site parking lot, transfer all the luggage to their van (we brought Michael and Mallory's luggage with us as well as our own), and get dropped off at the port. It's gonna be crazy, but I'm looking forward to ...
... or some other spices in it (not really sure what they use) instead of the usual plain graham crackers. They spray on a liberal amount of whipped cream and garnish with a wedge of lime. The pie is still good, but I don’t think the crust was quite as flavorful as I remember. I also took this opportunity to order one of their margaritas for which they squeeze fresh limes. The margarita was good as well. Saturday afternoon was the perfect time to go to Pepe's, as it was ...
... in place plus all the evacuation routes and centres are
well marked along the way (Kyoto Agreement guys – it will help in
the long run!). The weather report for our last four days was full of swirly things with lots of
wind and rain around the Gulf of Mexico – the decision was easy, dry
land is much safer.
The place we stayed was stunning, the
best we had stayed in so far, there was a great pool and kiddies
activity center for ...
... the pier for the ms Amsterdam by mistake.
When we got there we found that lots of people were already there ahead of us, but the lines moved fairly quickly. As we came in we got cards with a number on them. First we checked in downstairs, handing in our health forms and the visa checklist. Our passports were taken (we got a receipt) and we were told they would be given back near the end of our segment, which for us means near ...
... apply for a visa. Today, I have a call on Skype with a company that is interested in hiring me to teach English to executives, and we are wading through all of the requirements. And even though they turned down my application for elective residency, the people at the Italian Consulate in Miami have been very patient, answering my emails and questions (even on a Saturday!!).
I try not to throw my hands up and say, "Basta!!" ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking