Courtyard Fort Lauderdale Plantation
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... a few pictures of his antics.
We visited the Fairchild Gardens. There was a special exhibit by Chihuly. He's the artist who did the glass ceiling in the Bellagio in Las Vegas. He placed huge pieces of blown glass all over the garden areas and coordinated the colors and shapes to fit the area.
Lots of pictures for you to enjoy. ...
... saying that no scheduled airline, U.S. or foreign, may operate scheduled service between the two countries. Only charter airlines may operate and then may only carry licensed travelers.
Cuban hotels, we’re told, offer “spotty” Wi-Fi internet access. Americans may bring computers into the country but may not bring a modem, portable hot spot or satellite phone or any other satellite type devices. As for Cubans themselves, most do not have ...
... over 20 hours of travel. What a pleasure to wash away the grime and odour of long haul travel.
It was down to the bar for a drink, a meal in the restaurant and sweet slumber by 8.30pm.
A morning sea wall walk this morning gave us a stunning view of the ship we are to board later today. Bring on ocean travel is what we say as we are quite over flying for the moment.
... Port Everglades seems a long way to us, the shuttle takes some time to get there. The shuttle makes a 1st stop, for people who will embark today on the Grand Princess.
This is not our case, so we stay inside the shuttle, as the Schmitts.
A few minutes later, this is it, the shuttles stops for the Oasis of the Seas, tada !!
It's now 11.25 AM. We see on the pavement a lot of luggages, and a lot of porters aroud, but they are already dealing with other passengers ...
... pastor Rick announced the church was going to jeremie, Haiti to work with the united Methodist church there. The call was out, who would go? After much prayer and pondering, Jim and I decided we would answer the call from God and go to Haiti. We've packed, raised money, ordered matching t-shirts and thus began the process. As I write this first blog, I am sitting in the Miami airport waiting to catch ...