Plaza Hotel Curacao
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... stores and some clothing stores. We managed to find a shop where I could buy a shirt that looked a little more 'formal' so at least I wouldn't disgrace myself at the 'cruise elegant' dinner in a couple of days. Back on board the ship Maggie's friend Enjenay (not sure of the spelling) joined us for dinner. These two are now inseparable and stay out very late playing music at the O2 club (for 15-17 year olds) and eating pizza and ice cream at all ...
... company and we’re in luck, plenty of cars. About an hour, and several burned nerves later, we’ve secured three cars for the day and now we’re really off.
First stop is to the Curacao liqueur distillery for a self guided tour and sampling. Trying the different flavors of liqueur was fun, I especially liked the chocolate orange flavor but a few were a little too close to cough syrup! Piling back in the cars we’re off to our ...
... here are named after the Dutch royal family! So once the bridge made it's way back into place, the alarm bells sounded and the gates opened and we ( and all the other hoards ) swarmed onto the bridge and over the river towards the Punda side. As we came off the bridge we saw some tour operators talking to people and heard them offer a tour for $15pp with a beach drop off/pick up for those that wanted to swim or snorkel, we walked on a bit ...
... so he took about 20 minutes and looked at a few of them.
Later in the day, we went to the Destinations Office to look at offers for Captain's Club Members on future cruises. They were offering two programs: 1) book a cruise for 2014 or 2015 on a new itinerary and get some pretty good discounts and incentives, or 2) pay 100.00 (called Open Passage) to book a future cruise whenever you decide to do so; no expiration ...
... towards the shore front after we had finished our check-in where we stopped and had some lunch and had a look at the famous Queen Emma Pontoon Bridge which opens frequently to allow ships and yachts through to the harbour. We had come through this bridge ourselves on Equinox. We had to call the Port Captain on VHF and request that they open the bridge and give us permission to enter the harbour. Everything works very smoothly. The bridge is closed to ...