Studio 6 West Palm Beach
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I'm Sheryl and my husband Michael and I are taking the trip of a lifetime around this wonderful country of ours: The Good Ole USA!
Life is short and unpredictable but technology is advancing everyday. So why wait for some day to travel? My work goes where I go so why do I work out of a small room day after day when I can be working AND seeing friends ...
... water had a few waves on it. The kids went for a walk with dad and then on return I took them to the hotel pool for a swim which they enjoyed. Chloe just loves getting out the pool and then jumping in off the side (with my help ofcourse). We had lemonade which the hotel was handing out and then headed back to the beach to find Granty swimming in the ocean. After lots of sandcastles being built, and then James soaking my feet and poor Chlo with sea water from his bucket, ...
... own section but too many people were getting out of their cars or rolling down their windows and were putting themselves in too much danger so the keepers built a second fence that enclosed the lions and separated them from the road. As we were driving along we ended up behind a school bus and it stopped all of a sudden, but a couple seconds later a rhino came around a corner. The rhino started walking across the road and stopped as soon as it caught sight of ...
... lounged by the pool before heading back again to visit her. This hotel is conveniently close. After sending Spencer on his mery way, back to Hotlanta, we went to the Old Key-lime House for some Mojitos and seafood. Delish!!
We are really having a great time here. I am so grateful for the chance to spend much needed time with my family. I just wish I could have seen everyone. Especially Mom.
Stay tuned for details on my adventures in the Dominican ...
... as far as we could get. There were mega yachts converging at high speed along with a Sea Tow towing a fishing boat and doing over 30 knots, a Coast Guard inflatable also flying by and everyone came to a halt at the bridge that needed to open. I called the S.E. 17th Street bridge tender to let him know our boat name and that we were circling waiting for the next opening which was 25 minutes away. He ...