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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... After the yummy chocolates we went to dinner. It was another seafood night for us both. We each got the Turbot and a very nice bottle of Chablis. Again for dessert there was the Norman Love chocolate desserts which I got and Barbara got a grand marnier soufflé. We met up with a couple from the meet and greet after dinner in the piazza, Chris and Paula from Augusta Georgia. We talked while the band Steele played and then a dj played Abba for about an hour. Finally at 11pm they had ...
... previously decided not to join. Even so, it was great to mix with the group and have a few drinks.
Ted wanted to return to the room for a nap but, despite trying my hardest, I couldn't really wind down. We saw that there was ship bingo on board, so we both went along to join. I was a bit disappointed that you needed to pay for it, but it was actually a lot of fun. It was nerve wracking too! Whenever I saw my numbers come up, I could almost feel myself getting faint. ...
This morning we got up and got some coffee from Park Café. I had read that it's pretty bad and that’s true, but it’s also free so I can live with it. We wondered around looking at some of the breakfast venues. Wipeout Café offers omelets cooked to order so I wanted to see what sides they had. It was a limited selection of bacon, fruit, and some bread. They only offer a few fillings for omelets ...
... Boy - what large serves they were – neither of us could finish our meals. The waiter came up and said "Are you ready to look at the Cheesecakes?" oh no – there’s no way we could fit anything else in.
We thought we would catch a bus back but didn’t see any at all until after the third last bus stop – we gave it a miss – not worth it at all and besides I didn’t feel like I had walked off lunch.
All up, we walked about ...
... want to thank everyone who made this trip possible: my parents, Ms. Kobes, Mr. Gary, our school district, Edison and Byron. Thank you for making this once in a lifetime trip possible for all of us. My favorite part was the Old City in Quito. There was so much culture to absorb and the churches were magnificent. Edison told us everything he knew, and we tried different dishes every night. This is definitely a trip I will not forget! Thanks again. – Nicole ...