We took a cab to the hotel where we will stay for the next three days. It was a Residence Inn. It was still fairly early, so our room was not ready. We checked our luggage at the hotel and walked down to a Starbucks to have a good cup of coffee. (The coffee on the ship was not good.) We hung out at a table outside and enjoyed our coffee.
When we got back to the hotel, we were able to get into the room. It was a nice room with a balcony. The view was not as good as our first hotel, and it certainly was not as good as the view from the veranda of the ship, but that was okay.
We brought in our stuff and decided to rest. We went to sleep and slept until after lunch time. When we got up, we walked over to a Mexican chain restaurant called Mucho Burrito. It was good food. After lunch we took a walk down Davie street in the West End neighborhood. This was the “gay section” of town. The street light banners had rainbow flags, and one of the crosswalks was painted as a rainbow. Sarah loved it!!
It was great to see Teresa. Of course the fact that we were all so far from home at the same time made it even more special. The food was good. The visit was great! After dinner, we took our cabs in opposite directions to our hotels.