Veneto Holiday Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and lost many valuables.
The downtown area provides free wifi here, so as long as I stayed out of the shops, it was possible to log on and contact home. Managed a VOIP call to my neighbour and learned we had more snow, but all was fine.
There was little of interest in the shops, though prices and quality on T-shirts were attractive. We had already loaded up during one of the sale events on ...
... post you people think I'm floating through the sea air making this stuff up. People I assure you my imagination isn't that good. A cruise ship is just a failed psychology experiment gone horribly wrong. Anyway, we're standing in line for our bus this morning innocently eavesdropping in on a conversation in front of us. Three older women. After two minutes of stupid statements you always know who has money in the group. Always dropping ...
... out their nature walk. Following the caves we took the advice of our cave guide and spent the rest of the afternoon at Playa Porto Mari beach, floating in the crystal clear turquoise water and watching the sun sink lower into the horizon.
One last outing before the ship departs at 11:00pm tonight; the quest for Miles Jazz Café where music is played on legit vinyl records is on! Thanks to my co-pilot we found the spot with just enough time for a drink or ...
... sunset, but took a few pictures as it got lower and headed back. We stopped at a little shop that happened to be open to pick up some more bottled water and a souvenir for Josh & Tasha. We then had to hightail it back to the ship to be in time for All-Aboard. We made it by 5 minutes.
We checked the dinner menu just to make sure we weren't missing something outstanding and were pleased to find that nothing would have been appealing anyway, ...
... exhibition on the horrors of the transatlantic African slave trade.
From the end of the 17th century to the beginning of the 19th century, there was a good deal of trading places between the British and the Dutch, with the French also trying to take over the island. The French came close to succeeding, but left after extorting a healthy ransom. In 1815, the Dutch regained control of Curaçao, which had been in British hands since 1807. It ...