Las Cuevas Beach Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... for a three day stay at a beautiful Manor Club at Ford's Colony. They are beyond excited to spend some time away and see Elizabeth, we are more excited to visit with them and hopefully arrange a very relaxing special trip for them. Day 1. 3:45am Michael's Yeti is filled with warm coffee and we are rolling... 12hrs later we have stopped for lunch at Sheets and ate "with the people", and checked into our Hotwired hotel in Williamsburg, Va. We completed the successful and planned ...
... What a fantastic experience..5 miles long. We paddled in bath warm water in the Atlantic. We parked the car on the beach, after we had paddled, we stopped for out first American hot dog. We headed back on the Interstate 95 and popped into Sunset Waterfront, too early for a sunset and as usual the thunderstorms were brewing but we were lucky enough to see a ...
We are on Nicola and JP,s balcony at Cocoa Beach,having been shopping and now have a glass of wine in hand..wow what an apartment. We will be able to watch the space launch from the balcony tomorrow.We picked the car up in Miami at lunchtime, expecting an economy small car, but they upgraded us, photo to follow! I ...
... and other exhibits. Great days excursion and a real eye opener. Not real busy either. We had picked our day to visit as 6 cruise ships were visiting Port Canaveral yesterday. Today there was only 1, but there were still bus loads of kids on tour from somewhere? No traffic dramas on the way ome either so all in all a very pleasant day.
... to the Florida Poison Information Center where I identify the culprit. This is the Saddleback Caterpillar – one of eight Stinging Caterpillars listed on the site. It states that “Some people experience severe reactions to the poison released by the spines and require medical attention. Others experience only an itching or burning sensation.” They recommend using Scotch tape to remove the invisible barbs which continue to ooze its toxin ...