The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour, Miami
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
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Wednesday was our planned day trip to Miami and South Beach.
After strategically sleeping in to avoid peak hour traffic, Sam and I started the day with the usual breakfast overlooking the ocean - not as extravagant as the oreo peanut butter pancakes of a few days earlier, but the coffee and view was still very pleasant as ...
On the Carnival Ecstasy. It's actually 2.14am on 30th. What a great day/night. Had a nice a breakfast at Hampton Inn...seems an age ago. Taxi to the Port of Miami around 11.30am Met Emma.. Great to see her again.... Em then had to leave us while we then went through ...
... our meal and drinks into the early hours! This is when it really started to set in that this was it, and the end of our 3 month journey. We still couldn't quite get our head round that it was ending, and it felt more like we would be moving onto another country. But we dropped off our car in the morning and boarded the plane back to London! Thanks for all who stayed with me on here the whole way, or just dipped in here and there! I'm sure ...
... the winters in Florida and the summers in New Jersey. Marge clearly ran the show - and the business. She was quick witted with a snappy answer for everything.
Both couples were well-traveled, interesting people, and we enjoyed their company very much. Every night we would stay at the table talking much to to the consternation of our waiter, Alvin, who had to prepare for the second seating.
... home, but the seas were so flat it looked like a skating rink and most of the time you didn't even notice you’re moving. A full moon rose out here in the middle of no where and we enjoyed several evenings of breathtakingly beautiful skies. After the sun put on her daily theatrical exit there would be a brilliant pause before the moon would rise and billions of stars were visible not only overhead but reflecting in the clear waters below. Massive ...