SpringHill Suites By Marriott Boca Raton
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Geography was my favorite subject in grade school. I loved learning about new places and was bitten by the travel bug by the time I was 7. I can't remember not being able to read a map; latitude and longitude seemed perfectly suited to describing a position on a sphere. (Loved geometry too.) Among the earliest geography lessons were the stories of ...
... the way, and all grandpa had to do was drive on and off the turnpike as there were more complicated and need fast decision making skills. Got to the hotel at about 3PM, checked in and the did one last final pack check as that night we went to aunt Juliet's house for supper and left our non-Jamaica bags with her. Then we were driven home at about 10, and went immediately to bed as we had an early ...
... settled in. Too much luggage! I had been feeling guilty about our two large suitcases, guitar, and carry on. When we arrived FLL airport, I was relieved to see other travelers with as much, if not more than us. It's really difficult getting clothes for 3 formal nights and 10 days into manageable size luggage. Don't forget, we are lugging the small amp for Jeff's ...
... is in a similar position in the Caribbean.
We are not sure what we are going to do, but we have been here before, and are determined not to do much, as we’re pretty tired, and this is reflected in our late start, out on the wharf about 11 AM. We will at least go to Marigot, on Saint Martin, the French West Indies side of the island, and if the mood moves us, we will go up the far end of the French section and the far end of Marigot Bay, but not ...
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