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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... so thought why not. Was impressed with myself managing to hold two drinks and a microphone at the same time while singing an absolute reeking song. There was a woman there who sang about 3 songs in a row and was absolutely *****, she thought she was amazing though. Its a pity chocolate salty balls was the last song of the night and it meant everyone who wasnt in our group left before we could show them our performance, maybe they knew how **** we ...
... at sailaway, everyone around the pool with lively calypso music blaring and drinks flowing. The night continued like that, we made a stop at the casino where I had a quick turn on the ***** table and we saw a bit of the show in the Stardust lounge which was snippets of all the entertainment available throughout the cruise... Rodd and I ended up going to bed at around 10 ... Really quite early but maybe all those long nights in Vegas had finally caught up with ...
Wow, what a weekend! Friday evening I went out with Ellen, Nick and Lindsay. We went to Waxy's and Tap 42. I didn't stay for too long, I was exhausted! Saturday morning Sherri and I went to North Miami... My first daywork on a 100' yacht called Aria. We polished the wood, cleaned and got the bar ready. The chef made the crew the most delicious lunch! The two guests arrived at around 2. We went out to sea for about 20 miles. We served ...
... 8217;s partner Nick and later on, Debbie, my eldest and granddaughter Ayla.
All’s well that ends well …..
To sum up the trip – I’ve quite enjoyed the variety of the different stopovers. I wasn’t sure for the first couple of days about the whole cruise thing. It does grow on you though. I would have liked a little less Saga but if you go for a younger clientele, you then have a lot of ...
... diet was not up to the challenge. No fancy pastries or special sauces or fresh breads for Gretchen. She was served cheap frozen bread, blueberry muffins, and oreo type cookies that they had been picked up from a local grocery store, and even then she didn’t get to have a variety. It’s easy enough now a days to pick up mix for gluten free cookies, breads, pizzas, etc. But Holland America obviously ...