Deerfield Buccaneer Resort Apartments
Travel Blogs from Deerfield Beach
... we didn't get much time at the beach but it was just enough. On the way back to the bus I bought myself a cup of mango flavoured frozen yoghurt with strawberries, mango, raspberries and chocolate chips on it which was really nice. I managed to get rid of lots of coins from my purse by paying for this so I was relieved that my bag was much lighter after this. Marcus and Brayden were quite late picking us up as there had been lots of traffic on the way in to Miami from the hotel ...
This morning i slept in so long, because i was so tired from the other night. I checked out around 12 and starting doing preperations for my 1st bike tour. I adjusted the steer at a bike shop, packed my stuff and explained my adventure to some hostel employees, who said i was crazy for doing this ( just like everyone reacts, to my trip) i said goodbye to vicky, but the british guys already left in the morning so didnt had a chance to ...
... spanning 1.5 million acres and is known for its unique "rivers of grass" that are home to wading birds, alligators, turtles, fish, snakes, bears and the endangerd manatee (same family as the dugong). We got to see a good slice of the Everglades on a full day tour that included boats, walking and lots of driving. The most fun was zipping across the wetlands and rivers of grass in the unique airboat that is ...
... West Indies, they were sold to the United States by Denmark in 1916. The official language is English, and 80% of the population are black or Afro-Caribbean, and 7% white. They also drive on the left-hand side, like England and Australia. Tourism is the primary economic activity and the US Virgin Islands host 2 million visitors a year, although they only have a population of about 106,000.
There are blue skies and light winds when we arrive, as shown ...
... speak Spanish
it shouldn’t mean that us Brits are held back. Our economy is better than theirs – so there!
So we eventually crawled our way through immigration only to find our luggage had been piled up off the belt and with more arriving t the same time – utter bloody chaos! Miami airport is dire. The belt stopped and a porter had to climb down the tunnel and shift someone’s case blocking the entrance.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking