Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort
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... looked like I’d be a no show.
Around 5.30 there was still no sign of a break through on Spirit's maintenance problems so I bit the bullet and bought a $440 one way ticket to Miami on a Copa flight which was leaving at 7pm. Once that was confirmed I had one of the girls at the desk refund the cost of my Spirit flight. Assuming that was processed I'm out of pocket about $200, but as my room at the Riverside is costing me $198 a night (which as a no show I ...
Picked Christina up Ate at Panera Drove around Ft Lauderdale Went to visit Poppy again Walked along the beach in downtown Went in all the chachy shops Walked to the Sand Bar... 2 angry orchards, shot of angry balls, part of grapefruit vodka/redbull Smoked a cigarette Pizza for drunk food Drive home drunk. Home and in bed by ...
... steak house, and a Brazilian Churrascaria to mention some of the small limited seating dining options. Buddy Valastro, the cake boss, created Carlo’s bakeshop. There was a comedy show, a broadway stage show, Illusionarium, to name a few. You can download an app to navigate your way around the ship and highlight the events you'd like to do. A really wonderful feature on this state of the art ship is the ability to make all ...
... when I told David of this he thought it was a great idea and that we should try it out too! Of note here, ToniAnn is a PRO at partying, and also in her twenties! So, we're either gonna party ALL night like rock stars....... Or crash & burn in spectacular fashion! Keep your fingers crossed for ...
Back when my family was crazy enough to regularly drive eleven hours from DC to our current home in South Carolina, the 75% point in out journey was littered with cheesy billboards. An outdated theme park called "South of the Border" advertised fifty miles in either direction, so we knew we were almost to South Carolina when we saw a giant hotdog proclaiming 'you never ...