Seabonay Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Hillsboro Beach
... I didn't expect at all I must have really needed to sleep! I woke up this morning at 7am and hoped in to the shower before Jakey woke up, we didn't need to meet up by the coach until 9:15am this morning so we took our time getting ready. We actually took too long getting ready and we ended up running out of time so we left the hotel with only a Nutrigrain bar from the hotel shop for our breakfast. Most of the group had been on the boat party last night so a few people didn't turn ...
... and sixteenth century explorers, financed by the royalty of Europe eager to extend their territories.
Christopher Columbus, Italian but sailing under the aegis of Los Reyes Católicos, Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, sailed west in three small ships to find a new route to the eastern lands of exotic spices. During his first voyage in 1492, ...
... dry dock. So it was time to get the boat back out on the ocean and give it a sea trial. After a quick tour of the three story floating apartment, it was time to push off and we cruised through the narrow canal out to ocean. It took a fair while to navigate out through the canals and we putted through the wiggles, under drawbridges and around a property which is called Little Florida due to the shape of the backyard. Once we cleared the cruise liners and container ...
... be fine swimming.
After swimming, we ate Subway, showered and figured out that there IS a pool here at the hotel. D'oh! Ah, well, if we don't do it the hard way, it isn't the Robertson Way.
We are ready for bed - just waiting for the laundry to finish. I don't know WHAT it is about vacation, but I tend to do a lot of laundry on the road. I guess it's just so much easier to pack up clean clothes than dirty.
... quite cold.
We drive along following the rim, stopping at all the view points including Navajo Point, Lipan Point and Moran Point, with the view becoming clearer as we went along. When we got close to the village, we parked in a major car park at the Visitor's Centre, and walked to Mather Point for good views. The walking path was excellent, with great views, so decided to keep walking west around the rim as far as the McKee Amphitheatre track back to the main ...
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility