Courtyard Fort Lauderdale Plantation
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... and shabby.
It was a really big day with lots of driving, but well worth it, in spite of the GPS not being able to locate us on some of the new roads in Miami. The flyovers are amazing, and the traffic is thick with little regard for speed limits.
I was excited to see a flamingo in the wetlands, and turkey vultures on the high street lights on the causeway bridge to South Beach.
... were foggy so I barely remember them).
Again, I love Miami. I was just having fun looking at the skyscrapers and the intricacy of the raised highways weaving in and out of each other. It’s when I see those that I know that I have arrived! But anyways, we got into the building. It was super swanky, like a hotel, complete with season appropriate elevator music ...
... including keyboard, rhythmic gymnastic, martial arts and going to his tutor. In saying that, this kid was a genius (wanting to be a Vet after school) and definitely had an IQ higher then me (and I know that's remarkable for all the Bathurst people that believe I have an IQ of over 160 haha). Anyhow, most of the flight involved me and the lady bantering back and forth about USA vs Australia The three hour flight ended and I arrived (due to time differences) around 2.30pm. Due to ...
... that same time the national church had just made provisions for lay people to serve as licensed lay readers and chalice bearers. There were two men at St. Lukes who were asked to serve in that capacity; Jeff and Don Fidinger. This action of lay people serving on the altar was not without its critics and there were some parishioners from St. Lukes who left the church because of it. The next few years at St. Lukes were ones that ...
... Valor stop. As I was gathering up my luggage, some people smiled at me and asked if I was heading for a cruise. I happily smiled and said yes and asked if they had enjoyed the one they were on to which they replied they had. A very friendly crew member then directed me to the Porters that would take my luggage. When you go on a cruise, you hand over your luggage before you enter the building. You are expected to pay a nominal tip, and you next see your bags sometime between ...
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