Sun Tower Hotel & Suites on the beach
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to stay on board a 110 ft Sailboat, where Norman and old friend or ours is Captain. So at least our creature comforts are taken care off, after having a tough day on the road. Richard and Lulu, old sailing friends from East London that sailed across many years ago helped us a lot with fixing little things on the van. Richard has a yacht repair and maintenance business in Fort Lauderdale so tools were no problem.
Wednesday 28 we left at last ...
... at least one activity for each sea day. These range from a cabin crawl where we visit a cabin from each category, including the Penthouse Suite (the head cheerleader is staying there) to a wine tasting. We’re having workshops on IPad use, camera techniques, etc.
I’m down for the crawl and the tasting (including a contest for most inventive wrapping of the wine bottle, which I think I have nailed). I may go to the IPad workshop to ...
... 8217;t happen. Oh, we could have taken only one suitcase apiece, but they would have weighed 100 pounds each and I would still be at the check-in counter trying to pay overweight charges and probably medical insurance for the person(s) that would have to lift them. So we spread out our wears into an additional bag…they were free anyway. Mr. Hank and Sandra Bedford took us to the airport…thanks for getting up early too. We checked in ...
... much smaller with lots of steps and rock walls and narrow passage ways. Walked around Sydney Opera House then treated myself to a chocolate croissant in a Gillian cafe overlooking the Harbour Bridge and the Diamond Princess and wrote some postcards. Finally got back to the ship and had 2 hours sleep before having to be a afternoon clinic. Knackered but well worth ...
... of many luxury homes, majestic mega yachts and sleek sailboats. We were in the "Venice of America"! A real tease in other words.
A Mississippi paddle wheeler style boat was then boarded for a 90-minute journey down the New River, out into the Intracoastal Waterway and into Port Everglades.