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Travel Blogs from Fort Lauderdale
... We shared our favourite part of Fort Lauderdale with Mom and Allan, the ribs were awesome as always. Late dinner at 8:45 but a good day anyway. Michael almost fell asleep at dinner. Afterwards we walked along the sidewalk across the street from the beach to get back to the hotel. It was a nice relaxing walk and we enjoyed the ...
... of months. If you are interested in weather you should go to www.weatherunderground.com it has detailed marine forecasts shows the winds with directions etc. very detailed.
So what to do tomorrow, we have decided to be tourists and explore the boardwalks of Florida looking forward to that.
A very good day of chores we checked off all of our Westmarine shopping what will we do without our daily visits there :-)) I decided on a nice long walk ...
As noted in the previous entry, we were back in the air, bound for Ft. Lauderdale by 13:02. The good news in all of this is we were still in first class. Our lunch was wonderful:
Curried beef with roti and dhal
... of Miami. Not actually a bad thing, but many comparisons could easily be drawn to the very poor countries we'd just left and we were reminded how lucky we were to be born in Canada. Thanks Moms!
An hour later we were in South Beach. None of us had been to South Beach and it was a bit of sensory overload trying to get our bearings. What an interesting place. It was a bit loud and party centric for Mel and I, but the beach ...
... There were like a dozen churches along about a 100m strip of the highway, the houses were really ramshackled and run down and there were lots of scary-looking people loitering and staring. Eventually we made it to our hotel, which was in a safer part of town. We had tea at a Mexican restaurant which was really tasty and then we popped into a "pet supermarket" to browse. The kids were excited to see and hold hamsters, rabbits and ferrets - animals which we don't see at home