Econo Lodge Melbourne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I started the day off with a 2-mile walk on the Promenade deck. The walk
usually goes all the way around the ship and is only about 3.4 laps to a
mile, but today quite brisk winds forced closing of the bow and the walk
became a series of U's. It started out pretty overcast, but the rising
sun did manage to find a thin spot to come through.
CoCo Cay is originally Little Stirrup Cay, one of the ...