Paradise Island Beach Club
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... hotel is nice, but nothing special. We wanted to walk out and see the pool and beach, but they wanted $49 per person just to look, so we passed on that one. We stopped in Virgil's Real Barbeque - apparently there is also fake BBQ - who knew - for a drink and to rest a bit. We walked over to the casino and it is very pretty. There is lots of Chihuly art around the casino, and it is absolutely beautiful. I decided to give the slot machine a try. The slots ...
... company). As soon as we alighted it was off to snorkel the pristine shores, ride on a jet ski, a cooling swim and some parasailing and if you believe it, we or you need to be on some sort of medication!!! Lunch was served on the island then back on board for a little R and R and then eating again at dinner.
Day 4 was our last island stop, Key West, which is part of Florida. Most of the buildings here are just what you see in the ...
... off of the ship, most people head to Atlantis. We had decided to explore the harbor area a bit before catching a $4 per person taxi ride (including the $1 bridge toll) to the Paradise Island. Don't be surprised if you are hustled by port workers trying to sell excursions as well as locals trying to make a few bucks off of jewelry and hair braiding. The first few streets are full of souvenir shops, cafés, liquor outlets, brand-name retail stores and ...
... Resort and entered through another entrance door. Let's not forget, this place is gigantic! This gave us another apercu of the whole place. Impressive chandeliers hanged from the two stories high ceilings and according to the guide, worth millions of dollars.
The Dig, a replica of an archeological excavation site where many ...
So i just spent around three and a half months trapped in the small town of Ewing in New Jersey studying at The College of New Jersey. My final projects are completed, all my work is handed in and I don't have any exams. What am I going to do?
I GOT IT! I'm going to fly to Miami and get on a Cruise Ship to The Bahamas! That will do very nicely.
That's exactly what I did. Myself along with my fellow Australians from TCNJ, Limor & ...