BEST WESTERN PLUS Fort Lauderdale Airport South Inn & Suites
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Vera and I went out on a sailing / snorkeling outing today (30Nov13). We received a good offer with Tropical Sailing (http://www.tropicalsailing.com) that's located at Bayside; right behind the Hard Rock Café building.The day started great; lots of sun and a nice breeze, but out at sea we had large swells (+/- 8 feet), which Vera did not like. Half ...
... Beaches really as it stretches as far as the eye can see and so do the high rise hotels etc. We took a long walk along the beach and can now boast we have dunked our feet in the Atlantic Ocean. Best of all we were in summer clothes after freezing in Washington. There are numerous bars/cafés etc along the waterfront. We enjoyed a couple of drinks at one called the Sangria Cafe whilst people and car watching. So many beamers, Porsches, corvettes, ...
... this is how the bed was set up. And there’s a light switch right at the head of the bed, just inches above the mattress, you could easily bump into while sleeping and turn on all the lights in the cabin. Who designs this ****?
It’s currently 2:50 a.m. Wow, so late! Time to put the laptop away and do a little reading before bed. We have two sea days ahead before arriving into Cartagena on Monday morning, so it should be a nice relaxing start to the voyage.
... out of the country is romantic, no matter how you look at it. Going somewhere on a hunch, a whim is the very epitome of romantic.
I don't just love to write about the historical facts of a place I go to, but I like to look at the STORY of the place. Who were the people who lived there, what did they do, what did they dream about? And I love to watch people and observe their similarities and differences to myself. And really isn't that what travel is ...
... were flying flags too. St George's Cross, Union Flag. All that good stuff. Except the flags weren't exactly "flying". They were more like wafting about like war torn shreds of old towel.
They even stuck an old style Red Phone Box outside, meaning there are probably more of them in other countries than there are in England at this point. How long till Faux British Bars ...