Courtyard By Marriott Fort Lauderdale Weston
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Friday we did enjoy the Flamingo Gardens. They had a small Center where they showed you animals that they have helped. We saw a small box turtle that was hurt by its owners and then rescued plus a possum, snake (run over by its owner) and a small owl without one eye because it was shot with a pellet. All the other birds and mammals were there because they needed help. Was fun to walk around, the Flamingos sure were a bright ...
... to build. On the evening of Labor Day 1935 a category 5 hurricane hit Florida Keys and destroyed 40 miles of railway. There are still parts you can walk on today to get out over the ocean.
On the drive to Key West we stopped at Bahia Honda State Park and went for a dip in the ocean. We had SUN and warm weather it was great, even laid on the beach for awhile. Then we continued out drive to Key West. Once we got into our hotel in ...
... few 100 yards, it was awesome. Of course as we were driving their was a show and shine and we stopped.
Sebastian is a nice little community that boasts they have lots of pelicans and treasures from Spanish ships that sank off their shores in a bad storm. We went to one museum and they showed a video about how the ships sank and that people are still finding treasure today. I guess even after a bad storm now they can find silver and ...
A lucky day around the pool. Yes it was a nail biting finish to a match of full card Bingo . The wining card would give $75.00 and it was all mine - that is a $70.00 win. Now back to tanning :) Supper time came around and it was a traditional stop at ...
... to every purchase in the USA. It seems that after all those years of tax avoidance, karma is a ***** after all.
If one moves away from Miami Beach, and deeper into the city itself, the beauty of the population begins to fade, until it approaches a level that can only be classed as ‘hippopotamus’. I am staying in a disturbing establishment known locally as a ‘hostel’, in which I have had to share a room ...