The Chocolate Five Star Hostel and Crew House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... ICW in the heart of Fort Lauderdale. And so we got up early on a Thursday morning (one definitely does not want to cruise the ICW on the week end) and made our way to Fort Lauderdale. The weather was perfect and the trip was as lovely as billed. We were awed by the size and opulence of some of the homes and boats we saw. The Miracle Mile is truly remarkable and even a little bit overwhelming due to the non stop buildings and boats and bridges. All in all, the cruise to and through ...
... next door. After two cruises with portholes, we had decided to upgrade to balcony cabins – highly recommended. Great place to sit with a laptop writing your travel blog listening to music on your iPod!
After checking out our cabins, we headed off to explore the ship and grab some lunch. The Freedom is large, but not super large that you would get lost. I have sailed on the Pacific Dawn twice, which takes 2000 passengers; this one is slightly larger with ...
... dirty with olives if you’re curious ) in Miami the average price is between 15 and 20.
Pretentious: Being at the top of the beauty chain it could be said that Miamians are too aesthetically centers. It could also be said that some can be quite pretentious.
Southern pace: Florida is after all the south and with that comes this casual pace. ...
Last week I was finally able to finish my STCW course. Thursday was the classroom portion of the basic fire safety training. It was interesting, and valuable knowledge for me working in the galley. Friday was the practical portion. The day started off meeting at the local fire school. We all got our gear and put on the full suit before we went out to the various activities they had set up for us. The gear wasn't quite as heavy as I had ...
... I've never played ball on the ocean before so before dinner I played for about 90 minutes with two other passengers from Syracuse and Miami. We played two games of "Hustle", first to 21. I didn't win the first but won the second when my shot returned. My legs were burning from this morning's workout that it was difficult to shoot when being guarded. Its actually a real fun game.
Room service is great here. Its ...