La Casa Del Mar
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... were among friends even though we'd just met.
For dinner, Ted and I dressed up for our 6pm sitting in the Silhouette room. This was definitely more of a formal affair, as there was the whole four courses of food I generally save a month for. We were seated across a couple from Canada who were older and nice to speak to. For the first time ever, I got to try escargot (I could only taste garlic), a well as mushroom soup, a salmon fillet and berry crepe.
... delayed because of the fog. If you don't know Saint John, here is what you need to know about it. It's foggy, all the time.
We didn't end up leaving Saint John until 6:10 am and we had a connecting flight in Montreal at 7:55am. It was going to be a tight squeeze, but we were praying that we were going to make it! So I said goodbye to my parents again and then we boarded the plane. Whenever I have travelled, it's always been in the late morning/early afternoon, so it was really ...
... is painted like a mirror. Very cool. We then went back to our hotel and sat in the windowsill drinking and looking at the lights of the city. We shut the curtains behind us and it was like being in a 15 storey cubby house. We leave the curtains open when we go to bed so that we can wake up to the sun. It also makes for an amazing view the million timse Sarah gets up to pee that ...
... area heading up the highway to West Palm Beach and overcast skies. Dean dropped us at the bead shop and he and Doug had a coffee etc and then they came back for us….big damage to the CC !!!
From there it didn’t take long to get to a restaurant called Havana where Jean and Dean’s son was meeting us …. too much to choose from … Dean ordered a plate of Tomale for us to share and I had fish and salad with yellow rice on ...
... out all blue light which made the shape of the manatees stand out a lot more in the water. Occassionally they would come up for air and this was when we were able to see their faces but otherwise the point of the tour was spot the dark blob in the water. It was all very exciting! We also saw our first Alligators and even an Osprey as it dove and caught a fish. After our Everglades nature adventures Josh drove us back to the urban area of Miami.