The Riverview Hotel
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... the parks whilst getting soaked by the rain. The rain wasn't so bad on our last day there though and Tess was feeling better so we hit both parks and did all the rides. God bless the express pass you got for staying at the Hard Rock. As great as the Universal Parks are (and some of the new things like Harry Potter World have some of the best rides we've ever been on) it is a bit sad that they are removing the old rides such as Jaws and Back to the Future but leaving the pretty ...
... I tried to go to the beach on last Wednesday and even if I am a guy in health, I realized that the beach was very far from my house and I would like you to remember that my transportation is a bike. So, my legs talked to me and told me that they were not going to go longer. But don’t worry, Kirk told me that we will go to the beach before my departure on May ...
... days/$350 each for the entire cruise which included, all meals, entertainment, 3 port stops, seminars, gambling, pool time, naps, book reading , shopping on board and so much more--well, you do the math!!!
We did have the slightest bit of hesitancy about going Carnival again this year, because even though we enjoy our recent cruise on the Dream, there were a few things last time around that we were not all that happy about. ...
... beach parking lot just off the highway and take in the uniqueness of this narrow tract of land. Further down the land on each side once again begins to widen and we marvel at the price being asked for some homes for sale that have absolute beach frontage.
We arrive at St. Augustine, America’s oldest city. It was founded in 1565 by Pedro Menendez de Aviles and is a unique city filled with colonial Spanish ...
... is definitely on our list of “return-to” places for some deeper exploration.
We were greeted at our last stop heading south with what had to be the “grand finale” of our inclement weather - relentless torrents of rainfall and bombardments of lightning that struck just a little too close for comfort, but we still enjoyed the ...