Harbor Beach Inn
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... to distract me...or use it to beat him about the head. Anyhoo, arrived at the Hilton on the beach but had to wait a while for my room to be ready. While I was waiting, I could feel my legs getting itchy. Mosquitoes, midges and the like never bite me, but here in South Florida, they have these things called "no see-ums" I've never seen one of these tiny monsters (hence the name) but they absolutely LOVE me. They've ...
... as an arrival gift and made us feel very welcome indeed. The docks are huge as are the boats and one can easily spend a pleasant evening strolling the marina and looking at all the lovely vessels. Which is what we plan on doing tonight after the sacred cocktail hour
Well, well, well, what's this, almost 5:30? We are getting a late start today. Guess I will get my beloved Captain and correct this oversight. If we are lucky, we will see another manatee like we did last night.
... down to a whisper.
At MIA, the TSA Pre-Check line, normally a shorter queue was long, filled with many folks who had been randomly selected for the privilege of completing the security process without removing liquids or laptops from backpacks while keeping shoes, belts and light jackets on rather than shedding them for a ride in a bin through the machinery.
If you don't like the odds of being a random selectee, I would urge you ...
We boarded the ship at around 3:30 in the afternoon – check-in was 1 pm. No line ups, no one around – walked up the gang plank only to be told that we can’t use the elevators and that we have to walk up one deck and go to position 12. No idea what’s going on. We walk by all kinds of people standing in front of various officers – we get to position 12 – they are just finishing ...
... for the next 7 days. Probably one of the best feelings I have ever had.
We finally started to depart around 5 PM and we made our way to the rail to partake in the famous "Bon Voyage Wave". We were technically standing on the side that faced out to the water, so we didn't have too many people to wave to, but regardless, we still had a blast doing it!
Once we departed, we went back to our room, where we met Richard, who ...