Courtyard by Marriott Fort Lauderdale North/Cypress Creek
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... took us to Boynton marina, passing some lovely apartments & expensive boats. The police speed boat was moored up here too. There was a lovely terraced area next to the river. We got there, but it was not open until 11am, it was only 10.40, so we carried on to the other side of the marina to another place on the river. This place was not open until 11 also. Both needing to eat, we carried on walking around the area to see what was available, but nothing was open, or not ...
... rocking and rolling First Mate managed to snap a few pictures.)
Finally, in the channel but not home free. We now had to traverse the entire width of Biscayne Bay to reach our destination and it was getting darker. Fortunately, First Mate had spent the night before departure carefully deciphering the crazy mass of markers into the three consecutive channels we had to traverse to get to Grove Isle Marina so she was confident we would be fine. However, seeing buoys on paper ...
... river known for its crocodiles. We got out and walked over the bridge to see no less than 10 enormous crocs ranging from 6-12 feet with jaws that would snap you in two. This has become a tourist attraction so there were people lined up the street selling handmade wooden crocodiles. There was also a small fruit shack with fresh fruit for sale and other snacks and drinks. Jeff got and Imperial pilsner, the beer of costa Rica. I got fresh coconut water ...
... Once the third is added, the line really moves. However, once the line for security is finished, we have to stand in another line to check in. Let me just say that the “priority” status for check-in or luggage is bogus. We discover this as we stand in this line for well over an hour. The priority section has only 10 clerks and only one for handicap folks. The regular check-in for the “peons” has maybe 12 clerks. ...
Today we woke up early to have breakfast in the dining room. We all had an omelet and blueberry pancakes which were very yummy.
We are at sea all day today, so we reviewed the activities and planned what we wanted to do on board.
There was a trivia contest so we made our way to the lounge. They were very difficult questions, and we scored 7 out of 20. We were most disturbed about ...