S: beth and jim 2011
FC: Beth & Jim 2011
1: 2011 Woodbury Ski - we went snow tubing in January, Leo's 70th surprise birthday party, Royal Caribbean- Adventures of the Sea Cruise in April. We flew to Puerto Rico and spent the last day touring San Juan. Pete's surprise 40th birthday, Burlington Vermont in July
2: Beth bought Jim snow tubing tickets for christmas. We went to Woodbury Ski Resort and tubed on 8 fun trails. It was very cold and fun.....
4: Leo's Surprise 70th Birthday Party.. 1.15.11 at Franco's Restaurant in East Haven.
6: CRUISE ITINERARY - 2011 4/3 - San Juan, PR - set sail @ 8:00 pm 4/4 - At Sea 4/5 - Bridgetown, Barbados 8:00 am – 6:00 pm 4/6 - Castries, St. Lucia 8:00 am – 5:00 pm 4/7 - St. Johns, Antigua 8:00 am – 6:00 pm 4/8 - Philipsburg, St. Maarten 8:00 am – 6:00 pm 4/9 - Frederiksted, St. Croix 8:00 am – 5:00 pm 4/10 - Arrive into San Juan @ 6:00 am
7: Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines
8: Pool deck during the day, Jesters and Karaoke at night. Dancing under the stars deck parties.
9: Two cocktail parties at Cloud Nine Lounge on deck 14...bon voyage party sunday and farewell party on saturday hosted by IHR.
12: Bridgetown, Barbados We did an excursion and saw a cattle of cows crossing the street. We ate from a coconut and drank coconut water.
15: Castnes, St. Lucia We took a taxi and went to the beach. We found this fun tiki bar on the beach. We had some homemade liquor. Lots of fun listening to calypso music. Beautiful beach......
16: St Johns, Antigua We took a taxi to the beach and rented chairs. Jim bought a coconut rum drink and the guy made it for him at our chairs. Antigua has 366 beautiful beaches.
19: Phillipsburg, St. Maarten ate at Kon Tiki Bought some berry rum
20: Frederiksted, St Croix The largest of the US Virgin Islands, is a tropical dreamland replete with stunning beaches, clear blue waters and rolling green hills.
21: We went on an excursion to Buck Island Reef. So spectacular is this stretch of beach surrounded by barrier reef that President Kennedy declared it a national Park
22: Pictures with the underwater camera. Water was a little rough, it was hard to snorkel and beth got a little sea sick. Not good..... Jim was a good swimmer and survived the snorkeling. Jim was the one taking pictures.
24: San Juan Walked around, old san juan for lunch at Raices. Excellent food.
27: Our last day, we were the last ones off and enjoyed the ship by ourselves at the pool....
28: Dance party at Jesters......
29: Dance party on the deck at night under the stars!! | Beth dancing on the stage with the band. Jim a little crazy picking Beth up above his head. We hung out with a bunch of people from IHR.
30: R a n d o m
31: P i c t u r e s | C r u i s i n g
34: The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page. St. Augustine
36: Pete's surprise 40th birthday at the Branford Yacht Club...... With family and friends.... April 2011
38: 1 | Burlington Vermont July 2011
39: Burlington Vermont | Burlington Vermont, set on the shores of Lake Champlain
40: We stayed at the Hilton Hotel overlooking Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks. We were walking distance to Church Street Marketplace. Nectars at night for dancing to the 70 and 80's music. We escaped to the lake on Burlington’s floating restaurant -sunset dinner cruise. Church Street Marketplace, located in the heart of downtown Burlington and a unique blend of shops, boutiques, restaurants, and performers. We ate at Henrys Diner - train car, dinner at Splash at the boathouse & Breakwater cafe, both on the lake. toured the ECHO Lake Aquarium.
41: Burlington faces 150-mile-long Lake Champlain, which forms the boundary between Vermont and New York State | Jimmy went swimming in the lake, it was way to cold for Beth, she just watched. We ate PBJ's on the rocks and rode our bicycles there.
42: The Bike path runs from the southern end of Burlington at Oakledge Park to the northern end at the Winooski River, where it connects via the bike path bridge to the Colchester Bike Path.
44: We were hot, sweaty and thirsty, riding on the bike trails. We took off our shirts, put them in the lake and put them back on to cool off. | The bike trails going across the water had fly webs....it was so gross! Part of the bike trail we had to walk the bikes, due to damage of the trails.
45: Converted from the Central Vermont Railway to a 7.5 mile bike path in the 1970s, this easy trail crosses through beaches and parks and offers great views of Lake Champlain, the Adirondacks and the city.