Courtyard Fort Lauderdale Plantation

Address: 7780 SW 6th Street, Plantation, Florida, 33324, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 7780 SW 6th Street, Plantation, is near Intracoastal Waterway, Anne Kolb Nature Center, Tradewinds Park, and Arrowhead Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Plantation

Chocolate Salty Balls

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Sep 11, 2014

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... He really didnt give a **** he looked like a numpty, just keen for a laugh. Everyone just wanted to get straight into the water. After about 15 i think Kaleb realised you arent gonna catch any lobster only a couple of meters into the water so we decided to go get some lunch. Went to this sushi place on washington avenue it was nice to have something that didnt come with chips! Kaleb still determined to get a lobster wanted to go down towards the ...

Get Away Time on an European Escape

A travel blog entry by wiseowltoo on May 19, 2014

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... two-hour high speed train to Paris. You will find it is far easier to get around to all the major Western European cities via high speed or even regular trains. It takes less time and is cheaper to travel when compared to a rental car, related parking fees, and petrol in Europe. Make sure you buy your Eurail train pass before you leave the United States for the greatest discount in price. We checked into the Renaissance Paris Arc de Triomphe for our five day stay in ...

The Sunshine State

A travel blog entry by fgigase on Mar 23, 2014

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... our way back to the hostel and slept like babies.

On Monday morning, at 6.45, we were picked up by the bus that was going to take us to Key West. It allowed us to sleep a bit more, until 8.30 when we had a stop to have a Subway or McDonalds breakfast. From then onwards the Jamaican bus driver started talking and informed us about the islands we were passing, what they were famous for, and what there is to see. The route to Key West was beautiful and we passed many ...

Day 51

A travel blog entry by maccamate52 on Jun 18, 2013

We made our way down to Miami today for the NBA Finals Playoff between Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs (Game 6). It was amazing. One of the greatest sporting contests I've ever been to. With 5 seconds left, a Miami Heat player shot a 3 pointer to tie the match. It went to overtime and Miami Heat won 103 to 100. The atmosphere was ...

End of the road

A travel blog entry by jbrookes on Aug 08, 2012

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... the Venice of America due to the large network of canals in the area and we were treated to an obscene display of wealth when we took a boat tour around these waterways. There were $16 million dollar houses vacant year round with the exception of a couple of weeks in the summer, when the owners decided to use them for a holiday. One house, owned by a doctor, had a slide
that went from his bedroom straight into the pool. I think people understood my Spanish better in South America ...