Bridge ll

Address: 506 SE 16th St, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33316, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 506 SE 16th St, Fort Lauderdale, is near Port Everglades, Carrie B Cruises, Stranahan House, and Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum.
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Fort Lauderdale

A travel blog entry by g7s22 on Aug 19, 2015

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... Papa had prepared a menu for us. He was adamant that we not bring anything and was very happy to see us. Papa had a strict timeline for the menu and its preparation and since this was his show we let him take the lead and helped when permitted.     This is when we were introduced to the Magical Microwave-wave-wave (echo). We were filling quite a few metal trays with chicken tenders when my wife mentioned if ...

7 Day Eastern Caribbean Cruise on Regal Princess

A travel blog entry by loudini56 on Apr 04, 2015

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... finished their set we walked down to the Wheel house bar to try one of the Norman Love chocolate drinks. We got one called Ebony and Ivory which was 2 glasses of champagne and other things but in the chocolate theme. It takes about 10 minutes to make each of these drinks. We enjoyed it. Back to the international cafe for a latte and cappuccino before retiring for the evening. Tomorrow we'll be at St. Maarten early in the morning. We are planning to get a taxi and go to a bar near ...

Rio Via the Dominican Republic

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Sep 10, 2014

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Yay for more free brekky. Frida and I decided to go to downtown this morning. She wanted to see the buildings and the water front, and despite already seeing it all about this time last year, I had some time to kill before my afternoon flight. We caught the bus to downtown Miami, and walked through town. It is a far bigger city than I remember. There are buildings everywhere.

We strolled along the river past all of the big ...


A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Feb 09, 2014

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We had to go out this morning to buy a few things, including a new suitcase for me, so thought that Miami International Mall would be the best bet, even though it is a long way away. There are so many freeways and flyovers here even with the GPS we made a few wrong turns. Bought a nice big red lightweight suitcase with a built in set of scales.

On the strength of having a larger size suitcase I bought pair of shoes.

The population here is 70% Hispanic, so most ...


A travel blog entry by davidandlinn on Apr 26, 2013

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... br> There’s an Anzac meetup at 1pm because it’s April 25 today here. So we’ll pop in to that. There’s quite a few Aussies on board, and a couple of other Kiwis I understand. After that we’ll probably go to the 3pm movie in the main theatre.

Was a spectacular exit from Miami port yesterday. The Miami pilot was on his last gig before retiring, so 3 tugboats came out with us to surprise him, all with the traditional firehoses blazing away ...