Crossland Economy Studios - Fort Lauderdale - Commercial Blvd.
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... sprig of thyme (they seem to like their cocktails with herbs in Fort Lauderdale). There's about a dozen flat screen TVs circling the inside of the bar playing different sporting channels.
Leaving the Pig, I saw a bizarre but brilliant mobile bar that was powered by participant pedal power. It's operated by a business called Cycle Party. Presumably you have to book the whole thing out - pity it wasn't like a hop on hop off bus otherwise I would have hopped on.
... due to confusing markers and buoys and protected areas. More importantly, there were very few marinas until Biscayne Bay that could accommodate a boat with our draft. Given the dearth and quality of marinas, we opted to go all the way to our next destination, just south of Miami. We knew it was going to be a long day if we went all the way to Biscayne Bay but we thought it would be worth it. Folks told us we would make faster time on the Hawk Channel where the waters were deep and ...
... for men, closed-toed shoes, slacks and a sports shirt and, for women, slacks and blouse or sundress or pantsuit. “Nice” jeans may be worn to dinner. Not acceptable are tank tops for men, flip flops, baseball caps, visors, jeans that are “overly faded” or with holes or tears and worn below the hips.
The main dining rooms are called “The Manhattan Room” and “Taste.” There is “Cirque Dreams & ...
... child's musical and chair banging massage for the last hour. And that's what's going on behind me. My aisle-sitting row mate started off interrupting the flight attendant during the safety presentation to ask for a Jack and coke. No! I'm not making this up! He fell asleep until the service started and woke up to the other attendant inquiring if he wanted a drink. He replied, "I already ordered one." The attendant handled it very well, asked him for his ...
... for our flight to Cancún, Mexico. We met up with the Baggage Irregularity people again and agreed that Jemma's bag should sleep at the airport when it arrives in the evening and then take the flight to Cancún the next morning so that we could be reunited with it when we go back to Cancún Airport later that day for our onward flight to Mexico City. Simple!
We then checked in and passed through security but we had some more waiting ...