We had the "honeymoon" package – just like the Admirals package, which is the same price and includes everything on the resort -- but additionally included a sunset photograph (which we enjoyed posing for and were not pressured to buy additional photos), as well as a fridge full of champagne, OJ, and soft drinks. It certainly made for a nice welcome on our first trip to the resort.
The next 2 nights were spent on the Freedom 30 sailboat, exploring the islands (see "Sailing" entry). After staying on a rolly boat for 2 nights, it was felt like absolute luxury to sleep in a bed and take a real shower.
Our last accommodation at the resort was one of the beachfront villas. This was by far our best, and the one I would highly recommend. We had one of the newly renovated units, painted with bright colors and filled with decorative and functional items. Nice patio furniture on the wraparound porch and a hammock enticed you to hang out outside to drink in the view, although you could see it from any point in the room. You could even look out at the ocean as you showered.
At night, dim lights just barely illuminated the stairs and walkways along the beach, creating a romantic ambience and not interfering with the curtain of stars overhead.
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North Palm Beach, Florida
September 11, 2005
From journal Honeymoon at the Bitter End Yacht Club
January 1, 2003
From journal Virgin Islands Special Spots
greenlawn, New York
July 27, 2000
From journal Virgin Gorda is for Lovers