The Waves Apartments & Resort
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... size, elegant ships catering to just 684 or 1,250 guests
· Finest cuisine at sea, served in a variety of distinctive open-seating restaurants, at no additional charge
· Gourmet culinary program created by world-renowned Master Chef Jacques Pépin
· Port-intensive itineraries featuring more overnight visits and extended evening port stays
· Country club-casual ambiance; tuxedos and gowns are never required
· Bon ...
... car and driving out without being hassled about buying this insurance or that insurance. Definitely worth being a Hertz Gold member.
Got headed toward Alligator Alley and began looking for someplace to grab a bite. Decided McDonald's would be a quick way to stay on the road, so we went through a drive through and kept driving. I tried the new McWraps but accidentally got a meal instead of just the wrap. We ended up with three ...
... to the local newsagent and bought some cheap wine, a bottle doubled the capacity of a usual bottle. We managed to get ready in an hour. Damn we are getting good! There was a free keg of beer sonI had some of that then the wine. We walked to the bar/ club altigether with the people from the hostel. It was ladies drink vodka free until midnight so we made a million runs to the bar, plus the barwoman was gay so she ...
... possibly express how hard my journey has been without her. As I've mentioned before, she was my entire life, I lived for her day to day. I've never loved anyone before as much as her and I really don't want to think about that in the future. I would have preferred that Alyssa go on this trip with me, but because of her illness and other things we were never able to do it. One of the things that's really gotten me incredibly angry lately is the time ...
... Empire in 1542. Gaspar de Portolà and Franciscan missionary Juan Crespí, reached the present site of Los Angeles on August 2, 1769.