Travelodge Riviera Beach/West Palm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... on the southbound interstate I95, so we pulled off and headed to my old house at Ocean Walk in Jupiter. I bought this place around 1978 when I was unemployed for $124,000 US and ended up selling it two-years later for a tidy profit - today it lists for around $850,000 - kick myself or what.
From there we headed over to Singer Island to ...
We have been visiting my my sister, Pat, & brother-in-law, Bernie, in Wellington, Florida. It is wonderful to see how well Pat is doing since battling cancer this past year. They have been the perfect host in their beautiful home and showing us the area. We have eaten at the best restaurants where I have had the best grouper ever!
In addition, they happily opened their home to entertaining my friend ...
The Captain and First Mate Jeffy spent the day installing a beautiful stove. Did you know it has gimbles, so it moves when the boat moves- so the dinner does not slide off the stove! Pretty practical.
There is also a shiny grill on the rail- fresh grilled fish anyone? They retired after a long day of work and celebrated Cliff's birthday in a ...
The second day we were here we had to attend a time share "presentation" in order to receive our "free" cruise vouchers. Boy those people have a really hard time taking no for an answer. After our time share hostage situation came to a close we had dinner with Herberts cousin Lori, her husband Ken, their son Scott and his 2 boys Conner and Jack.
When we left Scotts house we stopped at the liquor store and drug store to start our cruise liquor smuggling operation. hehehe
... the lock, nor the fact that they provide the lines for you to use in locking. We also left our last bridge on the Okeechobee Waterway - the Old Roosevelt Bridge (mile 7.4).
There was more evidence of the cattle/orange grove country we were travelling through today. Also it became increasingly evident that we were approaching the eastern shore by the increasing size of properties and homes. Indeed, at Stuart, both shorelines were occupied by homes straight out of ...