Playa De Oro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... on the walls, pink flamingoes and other odds and ends. I drop off my bags, admire the view of the construction next door and hit the street. It's Saturday afternoon, what's happening Miami? I walk to the beach and the first thing I see, and hear, is a pool party in an area I assume is a hotel pool that's close to the beach. The music was pumping and the clientele seemed selective. I saw the entrance and people were waiting, hoping to get in, I saw ...
... view room on previous cruises. Oh, I should probably mention that we were on Carnival (a first for us). And the ship’s name was Glory. My first impression was that the ship’s decoration was much glitzier than other ships I’ve been on. But our room decoration was very standard. Except it was much bigger than usual. We had a very large couch! And the bathroom seemed much bigger too. But I think that was mostly the way it was arranged. The shower just had a ...
... that was a cross between Medieval Times and a Dog Park. There were lots of dogs, some German Shepherds but no Sam. Also, Mike Hyle was there. Nothing really happened, but I was there. HA! Anyone want to interpret that for me? Today we are packing up. Bags need to be in the hallway at 10:30 pm. I think they're going to confiscate our robes soon, boohoo. In the morning we need to be out of our rooms at 8 am, and off the ship by 9 ...
... where the Magic Kingdom was open until 6am. As expected it was crazily busy but I don't know if it was busier than usual. We did a few of the trademark kiddy rides like Pirates of the Caribbean, it's a small world, Peter Pan's Flight and some of the more exhilarating; such as Splash Mountain and Space Mountain. I'm sure you're all aware of the classic Splash Mountain photo as riders plunge down the mountain in the water. Well I wish we'd bought our photo, ...
... checked e-mail and Facebook.
Then at 8:27 I felt movement. I looked down and saw the ship moving away from the dock. Almost four hours late, we are underway! I went to the front of the ship to watch us sailing out of Port Everglades and into the open Atlantic Ocean to begin our 1,321-mile journey to our first port of call in Cartagena, Colombia. This will be a special stop for me because Colombia will be the 100th country I have visited! That’s quite an ...