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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... During the war the hotels were requisitioned to house soldiers, who went back to holiday with their families so it remained popular until the 1960s. But the rooms were small and simple, to keep them affordable and because everyone spent their days at the beach. Later visitors wanted air conditioning, larger rooms, swimming pools and a sea view. By the 1980s the Art Deco heritage was on borrowed time. The buildings weren't ...
... kayaks and went for a paddle. Jordan hadn't done it before, so it was cool for us to share it with her. We (O&H) rented a tandem kayak. Yes, it certainly tested the relationship. "It's alright, I'll do all the work." "Tell me when you are switching sides. I don't have eyes in the back of my head." "Are you TRYING to make it harder for me? Geez." Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you look at it) Hayley hurt her left ...
... for an acre or more with a polka-dot scattering of Conchs grazing across its surface.. It reminded me of a bustling underwater city surrounded by fields of grazing cattle. An incredible underwater world :-) We stayed in Key Largo for two nights and on the third morning, after purchasing a wrench set to liberate the car keys that Rio had decided to hold captive in her boot (not because Pete had shut them in there, oh no) we headed on to the most Southern tip of the United States ; ...
... they check bags and run the metal detector over you, we all get a free game book and red glow stick. There were a massive amount of people flooding into the arena, we made our way up to the 2nd level and got some dinner, there was heaps of stuff to choose from but we felt like hotdogs while watching the basketball, plus they were cheap. So we got a couple of hotdogs and a beer each, we covered our hotdogs in onion, mustard and ketchup and went up to the 3rd level ...
... places we eat in Miami you had no choice in relation to tipping - 18%25 service fee was automatically added to your bill! Normally, that's not an issue. The service in American restaurants is usually excellent, but somehow at The Dutch it was a bit galling to be required to pay 18%25 for pretty poor service. For those who are interested the menu follows ... Not that I'd recommend a visit to The Dutch at South Beach. The Dutch Cocktails Watermelon ...