Willemstad Curacao Restaurants and Hotel

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Willemstad Restaurants With only 2 days on Curacao, we only had time to visit a few restaurants–two for dinner and the third on our list, for lunch–and then, one waterfront bar. BijBlauw. The restaurant at our hotel was nice and casual, with a handful of tables just barely above wave level (where we [Read more …]

Willemstad Curacao Restaurants and Hotel

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Willemstad Restaurants With only 2 days on Curacao, we only had time to visit a few restaurants–two for dinner and the third on our list, for lunch–and then, one waterfront bar. BijBlauw. The restaurant at our hotel was nice and casual, with a handful of tables just barely above wave level (where we [Read more …]

Willemstad Curacao Restaurants and Hotel

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Willemstad Restaurants With only 2 days on Curacao, we only had time to visit a few restaurants–two for dinner and the third on our list, for lunch–and then, one waterfront bar. BijBlauw. The restaurant at our hotel was nice and casual, with a handful of tables just barely above wave level (where we [Read more …]

Exploring Curaçao

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We wanted to visit Curaçao from the first time we saw pictures of the Dutch-style brightly colored pastel buildings. So we made our way to the capital and largest city Willemstad for 2 days. The buildings are even prettier in person. What we didn’t realize, however, was that unless you choose to spend hours in [Read more …]

Exploring Curaçao

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We wanted to visit Curaçao from the first time we saw pictures of the Dutch-style brightly colored pastel buildings. So we made our way to the capital and largest city Willemstad for 2 days. The buildings are even prettier in person. What we didn’t realize, however, was that unless you choose to spend hours in [Read more …]

Exploring Curaçao

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We wanted to visit Curaçao from the first time we saw pictures of the Dutch-style brightly colored pastel buildings. So we made our way to the capital and largest city Willemstad for 2 days. The buildings are even prettier in person. What we didn’t realize, however, was that unless you choose to spend hours in [Read more …]

Walking and Touring in Miami Beach

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Although we have spend many hours walking, and stopping for occasional drinks in Miami Beach’s beautifully restored art deco historic district, and especially along Ocean Avenue, we never tire of it.  Among the most interesting on our November 2014 trip were those: Along South Pointe Park, at the southern tip of the island. The [Read more …]

Miami Beach Restaurants

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After our trip to NYC, we had a  brief day and a half stop in Miami before meeting up with family for Thanksgiving in Fort Myers. We had barely enough time for three restaurants, another Art Deco architectural walk and some deceleration from our busy New York City schedule.Our only regret is that the timing [Read more …]

New York City Restaurants: November 2014

It’s always the same–so many great restaurants in New York City  and so few meals we can eat. But we persevere. This trip’s choices included: Esca. A highly rated Italian seafood restaurant in the theater district? Yes, it is too good to be true. Although the crudity tasting (Arctic char, cobra, pink snapper, uni and [Read more …]

New York City Museums, Galleries and Tours: November 2014

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With only 5 days in New York City, we were limited in which museums, galleries and tours to take. MOMA, with its Matisse cutout exhibition was a must: Ditto for the recently opened 9/11 Museum. Others had to be fit within the limited time we had available. MOMA. Although we [Read more …]