The Mutiny Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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... promises that the bags would be delivered soon, nothing happened. When we were able to pick them up from the airport right before checking in to Frankfurt, we were quite relieved. However, this lasted until we saw that meanwhile the condom (just a light sack) of our bags had been torn and they had been opened. Moreover, a good Swiss ...
... too. It really rains when it rains in Florida. Like someone is putting a high speed washer on the house.
We set off for Miami after lunch and the rain stopped until we reached the outskirts of the city when it went very dark and then deluged down again. Very difficult driving conditions and everyone had to slow right down to proceed. We ploughed on through and it stopped again as we reached the Marriott.
Our final port of call was Philipsburg, St. Maarten. St Maarten is 37 square miles in size and is the world's smallest land mass shared by two nations. The Concordia signed by France and the Netherlands in 1648 partitioned St. Martin (French) and St. Maarten (Dutch), allowing residents of either side of the island to be commercially active on the other side with no red tape or border hassles. ...
... how the seats were in coach. And, can you believe it, they showed a kids movie – The Book of Life – which was cute when we saw it with our 7-year old grandnephew, another Chase, but not exactly appropriate adult fare. But then again, we arrived safely. We just got an ABC news flash (don’t you love modern technology?) that a Delta flight had to return to LAX for an emergency landing after take-off due to a departure problem. Stop ...
... too much! When our section was called, we exited the ship, found our luggage the the carousel, and made our way through customs, and walk to the pickup area. I had been requesting our Uber as we walked and he showed up quickly. By the time our section was called, to the time we got in the Uber took no more than 20-25 minutes. I was really impressed at the efficiency. With other cruises, this process has been at least an hour ...