Residence Inn Delray Beach
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Travel Blogs from Delray Beach
... her sick mother and she could lend on my shoulder to keep her balance ;-) I, no no no, I just put one of my skirts on, and flat shoes ;-)
There we go, the three of us in the 2 seat car, racing at 100 miles sometimes per hour on the highway (Karen does NOTHING slowly), arrive at the "Cowboy", to hear that Manu is not allowed to enter, here you must be 21! So, change of plans, we went for a little bite and a nice glass ...
... in the daily newsletter was 5:30. But we didn’t even have the muster drill until 5:30. Oh well – the delay was just a minor annoyance. Sunset was 5:29 this evening, so we didn’t get to sail away during daylight as had been planned. We would instead depart in the dark – which doesn’t make for good pictures.
I talked to Mom for awhile, taking advantage of my last chance to use my cellphone for a month. I also texted with some ...
... all the way to Verkamp’s Visitor Centre, then down to the shuttle bus route and train station. It takes a while for a shuttle bus to turn up. It takes us around what is left of the loop, then to a number of stops to the Visitor Centre, where we find the car after a long search. It’s now 6.30pm new time, and we have to catch a plane in Phoenix at 3.10pm tomorrow afternoon, so we have to get a fair way down the road tonight. We head onto Highway 64 heading ...
I decided to have breakfast about 8am, another small mortgage required – over $20 for a very mediocre spread. Anyway, somewhat fortified I wandered off to see the marina. My Poseidon (well, it was parked or whatever, right outside my room) was not the big Daddy of them all, there were several whoppers, some nearly as big as the Celebrity Equinox, and not a speck of dirt on any of them. I later found out that one of them is supposed to belong to Steven ...
... queen angel fish, a cowfish and a moray eel. Once we were done with snorkeling we got back on the boat and they offered beer and wine and brought out chips with salsa and hummus dips. I really enjoyed the trip---having such a small group was really lucky as it made it more personal. The last time I went to Key West I did the same tour with Danger and liked it as well but we had a bigger group that time.
After the cruise I went to lunch at the White Tarpon and had ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking