- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of the drive its just a straight road with turquoise, crystal clear water on either side. It's pretty spectacular and well worth braving the frequently terrifying Florida driving for :-) Our first stop was Key Largo where we visited the John Pennycamp National Marine Park. The coral reef here is protected as are its inhabitants so there is an abundance of marine life to see when snorkelling or diving. We took a boat trip out to the reef and spent a couple of hours snorkelling ...
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... Alex, Bill's eldest and Madie, Angela's niece, read a profoundly moving Native American blessing and the family symbolised their coming together by mixing the sand from each of their favourite beaches with the local sand. Angela's advice to wear waterproof mascara proved very sound.
After the ceremony we had yet another fabulous cocktail party, followed by ...
I've got everything set out, I've made several lists and made sure to check everything. I've got 4 travel books, several maps, and over the weekend I dropped Bunny off at Alyssa's Mom's. Cindy was more than nice enough to agree to watch her for 3 weeks. I had a great time over in Cape Coral yesterday and today. Reality of this trip is really starting to set in. I reconfirmed my flights this morning.
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