Deerfield Buccaneer Resort Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... were so rough that the tender couldn't get us across to Princess Cays where we were to indulge ourselves enjoying a "BBQ on the beah day". Fine by me, I prefer to stay on the ship anyway. It seduces you into a state of blissful lethergy, whilst at the same time producing a sense of fear incase you miss some of the entertainment on board. An odd combination.
I was having random thoughts about peoples' comments that they would hate being confined on ...
... then came back and made a heap of money in his first year. Then he was able to build the house. He had three wives. The first two died but the last one lived to 109 before handing the house over to a trust. They had black servants and treated them well. At that time, up to the 1960s, black people had to use other beaches. Bonnet House had its own beach and the Bartletts fought very hard to make sure their servants ...
... to head over the MacArthur causeway bridge & over Jungle Island / Watson Island park on to South beach Miami.
Art Deco district, South beach is where we got off. It felt like stepping back in time with all the old Art Deco buildings everywhere. Really something to look at in every direction & real vintage feel to the place (it reminded me of Napia, NZ). We headed towards the beach, with so many unique 30's buildings lining the Ocean drive. We crossed over ...
... clothes from the cabin. Lucky for us they grabbed front row seats. After getting blankets, and popcorn we were set. It was very windy, and cold, but we had great seats for the sunset, and "Saving Mr Banks". After the movie we stayed long enough to watch the fountain show set to Frank Sinatra music. It was great, but time to go get warm. After sending our daily update to everyone at home it was ...
... cold here for that, but today was near 80.(In Florida, December temps have a lot to do with wind.) Andrew and Ana got to work eating sand. We watched the surfers in the waves and even got a little wet ourselves. Ana was most enthusiastic about the ocean. After changing we headed out to to Titusville for lunch and brought it back into the refuge. We went for another safari drive along the pools near the intracoastal canal. We saw a spoonbill here, all pink, and ibises, and ...