Phoenix Beach House & Beach Apartments
Travel Blogs from Fort Lauderdale
... Arena and Freedom Tower which used to process immigration applications from Cuban refugees after the revolution.
There wasn't much else to take a look at downtown, so we hopped on the metromover to do an elevated loop of the city. It is free and automated, so its quite smooth running. We hopped off after a complete loop and walked into Macys so that I could buy some jeans. I never really had a good fitting pair of ...
... the country.
It has been a couple of hours and I have made it to Orlando. I had to stop once to check on the bikes on the back of the car and the rack kind of fell and isn't working exactly how I would want it to hold them but they seemed secure enough. The 3 hour drive was pretty smooth, except for the inability to get on the internet and check my progress. See in Florida when you drive up the East ...
... 8211; some space for us – and they had a
full days entertainment for the kids on Halloween – yahoo, they
have been going on about it for weeks...
Halloween – what a let down, the boys
– not impressed. After the weeks of TV build up and nagging, we
eventually gave in and invested in some Halloween costumes plus
accessories - did you know the Americans spend approximately 6.9
billion a year on Halloween - it is not a ...
... in one of the specialty restaurants. Once aboard, we immediately headed to the spa desk to buy a pass to the "Persian Garden." The Persian Garden is one of the quiet spots on the ship. Walk through a door in the spa area and you are in a room with heated tile benches and an aromatherapy fountain. Surrounding the fountain are different types of steam rooms – Turkish, Dry Sauna, Herbal – ...
... the desperation and the devastation. It became our loss.
The voyage was not about seeing, or taking a boat ride, or getting away from the traffic on Fort Myers Beach for four months. It was a continual stream of learning, observing, and absorbing the wonder of our planet.
Fort Myers Beach, Florida
May 28, ...