Paradise By The Sea Resort
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... by card for bus ticket. So left it. Walked on conveyer belt then took mini shuttle train and found where to buy ticket and lady helped me but I only had a couple of minutes spare to get 8.30 bus - run every half hour - shouldn't have spent so long faffing on wifi. But card wouldn't work after several attempts so had to walk over to car rental side which ages away and was stupid touchscreen where my fingers weren't recognised so took ages! Then went all the way ...
Rissa had a week of excellent weather 85-90 degrees with loads of sun. We won over $150 on our pool Bingo games, shopping, and wonderful suppers out with lots of laughs. La tarantella resto our favourite spot in the town and country village. Time for us in the sun is over we all must retire to the cold and snow ...
... left port. We officially set sail at 4:20 as we were waiting for some official paperwork to arrive.
We went to mass at 5:00. So nice that there is a priest on board. Last cruise we talked to the priest quite a bit and he said every Holland American ship has a priest on board and there is daily mass offered.
So, on to the dining room for dinner. We chose the Open Seating option for dining which means we can ...
... went for the deep fried pork pieces with black beans and wet rice - it was totally amazing. We then drive to another posh part of town called Coral Gables. Too late to do much except have a browse in the massive Barnes & Nobel book store and choose a couple of books each. The evening entertainment was introduced by Reuben, who had us all play a game called Confession that he'd read about in his Whimpy Kid book. So we now all know exactly who has found something in their ear and eaten ...
... I liked Little Havana. It was at least a real neighbourhood with real people...unlike a lot of the places where I went, where the size and cost of house and which supercar you have on the drive is all that seems to matter... I suppose one ought to expect that from a city that was built in the first half of the 20 th century on organised crime and the second on cocaine. Miami Vice ...