Buglewood RV Resort
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- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... I want to learn about art, religion, customs, and food in other parts of the world. I want to get out of my comfort zone. Some of my fondest memories have been made this way - sushi breakfast at Tsukiji market in Tokyo and listening to a band play Johnny Cash at a haunted pub in York, England. The world is a big, amazing place, and my beautiful corner of it (Texas) is ...
... sprig of thyme (they seem to like their cocktails with herbs in Fort Lauderdale). There's about a dozen flat screen TVs circling the inside of the bar playing different sporting channels.
Leaving the Pig, I saw a bizarre but brilliant mobile bar that was powered by participant pedal power. It's operated by a business called Cycle Party. Presumably you have to book the whole thing out - pity it wasn't like a hop on hop off bus otherwise I would have hopped on.
... But we chose well in the end. We both had very nice meals, before walking back along the strip, now busy with nightlife. We stop in a few of the bars, one rooftop one which was nice looking at bright lights along the beach front. Nothing managed to convince us to stay out all night though so we returned around midnight, ready to hit the Miami Beach the next morning. The beach was very nice, and very busy! We had been given beach chairs and an umbrella by our 'host', ...
... Johnson & Wales to see old chefs and was asked to speak in one of the classes; what an honor. I then spent a week at home visiting family and wineries enjoying a real vacation, only to find myself missing my new transient home.
After a fulfilling, and much needed, holiday I flew back to Fort Lauderdale and was graciously welcomed back on board.
... rocking and rolling First Mate managed to snap a few pictures.)
Finally, in the channel but not home free. We now had to traverse the entire width of Biscayne Bay to reach our destination and it was getting darker. Fortunately, First Mate had spent the night before departure carefully deciphering the crazy mass of markers into the three consecutive channels we had to traverse to get to Grove Isle Marina so she was confident we would be fine. However, seeing buoys on paper ...