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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Travel Blogs from Riviera Beach
... out the back and there is a wonderful garden with many tropical plants and fruit trees plus aviaries with tropical birds, all of them rescued. Lots of gorgeous parrots. The fruit trees were brimming with fruit, no wonder they make so much jam. Then you walk further back and there are enormous pyo fruit fields. Mangoes, strawberries and others. You would never guess all this was here just by seeing the little ...
... saw Henckel sets on fantastic offers here. They would be a LOT of money back home. Unfortunately Bloomingdales in Orlando did not have them in stock so she had to order them online and have them sent to Harriet's. Anyway, they arrived today and we will bring them home
Later in the afternoon we went to the cinema to watch San Andreas. Went to a new cinema near Delray. It was really amazing ...
... a new inverter and they would order it. It should take about a week. We were finaly on our way at about 12:30. We decided to make it too Alachua, north of Gainesville. We went through a cold front, rain and temperatures that dropped by the minute. When we arrived it was 44 and raining. Felt good to get hooked up for the night. Gonna have frozen dinners for ...
... Hong Kong
20. Hiked 7 miles on the Great Wall of China
21. Toured the Forbidden City in Beijing
22. Explored my first cave in Guilin, China.
23. Watched the laser show over the Hong Kong skyline
24. Cruised on the magnificent Li river
25. Seen the atrocities of war at Hiroshima in Japan, the Cu Chi Tunnels in Vietnam and the landmine museum in Cambodia.
26. Spoken to a former political prisoner on ...
... So after a couple more nerve racking moments of not being able to locate shoals or buoys, we finally saw the raised train bridge. Ooops no one told us there was another swing bridge we had to request to open... He did this on command and once through the bridge, the Sunset Bay Marina was there to our port side. We picked up mooring ball #1.... and all breathed a sigh or relief... If Dad had only spent $22 on a paper chart, some of the tense moments would never have ...