Royal Beach Palace
Travel Blogs from Fort Lauderdale
... I was happy to be able to talk to my daughter Charelle a day before her birthday. We missed calling our good friends Jim and Nina, and other special friends too, but we hope they know that we are thinking of them and missed them as well. Bert also managed to talk to his daughter Heather for quite awhile, and able to make other important calls. We came back to the ship at half past eight and it felt quiet on the ship. The sail -away party started at 9:30 ...
... world and was able to get my hands on a beer immediately. Talk
about hospitality! The first night staying in my new "home" was interesting to say the least. The house holds 13 people, one girls dorm and 3 for the guys. Not that I've ever lived in a frat house, but I could imagine it's something like this, adding in the cultural differences (which always prove for a good laugh). ...
... but I was so grateful to have some work. At least we could listen to some music. We left at about 17.30, it was pouring. The second officer offered to take us home. We ran to the car, getting soaked... And I slipped on a tile, falling into a metal grid, the one that you usually need shoes to walk over. I was shocked! Looking down at my knee and foot, I freaked out silently inside. It looked like something from one of the videos in our First ...
... trying to get her bloated desensitised lips around her breakfast. Not a pretty sight, I can tell you.
After yet more ponyburgers I decided to go out on the bus or trolley bus, whichever arrived at the bus stop first. It was the bus, so I was ...
Well lesson learned. Just because I come from a banking city where most of my friends have Columbus Day off. Well not the case in Fort Lauderdale. Not a lot going on in Wilton manor on Sunday evenings. The food at Rosie's was great. The staff was fun and the crowd that was there was ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking