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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... right.. I graduated high school in the top 10% of my class. Graduated college with a Business Marketing major and an Advertising minor in 4 years with no loans. I actually MADE money going to college with all of my scholarships. I found a job within two months of graduating and have been there since.... but there has to be more to life than just following this picture perfect plan. I felt somewhat empty and lied to. This is what I worked for? There has to be more to life ...
... store. There’s so much available and such variety that we can’t get at home.
However our purchases were quite mundane - we bought two slabs of water and various other bits and pieces. Although we can exchange the mini bar set up in our cabin for all water, or all alcohol, it’s worth more to us to change it to two coffee cards which cost $31 each as opposed to less than $4 for a slab of water … it’s a no brainer to buy the water ...
... in the dining room and in our very messy room with all 5 of us. We rented a balcony room this time and it was so nice to look out on the ocean. We had a couple chairs to sit out and watch going into and out of the cruise ports.
We spent a bunch of time out on the Serenity deck (adults only!) visiting and suntanning. The rest of the time I think was spent eating.
... dinner, etc. This may sound boring, but between each event, it seems like you're always busy going to see this, that, and the other thing, swimming, cruising the shops, strolling the deck, etc...you're busy from sunrise to sunset. We've taught Tracey and Graeme to play cards (Hand and Foot, a version of Canasta) so our evenings are taken up with a cut throat, no holds barred competition. Next stop, Aruba, on Thursday....day after ...
... strangers who could sing every prayer together without any difficulty. How Jewish! Long after the service ended we chatted with Jews from Florida, California, Toronto, and South Carolina. However, I have to say, we were not impressed with the 'cantorial soloist'. Which seems to mean 'singer who thinks she knows everything, but is really as ignorant as a rock'. Again, just ...