Crowne Plaza Fort Lauderdale Airport / Cruise Port
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- Swimming pool
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... is not unlike many other beach towns in Florida with the exception of the size of the boats. Fort Lauderdale is considered one of the yachting capitals of the world and for good reason. I have never seen so many huge boats and mega yachts. We were certainly one of the smallest boats in our marina and clearly the oldest. We were parked right at the entrance to the marina so we had a spectacular view of all huge yachts coming and going. It was quite a show. We even splurged one day ...
... speech about when we go down – this is where me have to muster to so we can all go down together – didn’t hear any of the instructions but the officer found our names on a list and checked us off – just to make sure that we had attended the ‘abandon ship’ drill. Still not quite sure what to do in case of an emergency but this is a Dutch ship, not an Italian ship, so I am sure ...
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South Beach - Alton RD area between 5th and 20th street
Map of Area: http://goo.gl/maps/fKxZk
Brickell - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brickell
Midtown - http://midtownmiami.com/#/home
Desclaimer: sorry about the weird formatting and extra spaces I've spent hours trying to get this to look right with no luck ...
... the fire fighting test, just not the life test. Needless to say, I'll be keeping my fires in the grill in the kitchen!
I felt I deserved a relaxing weekend following this stressful experience. We enjoyed the beach; I still bask in the beauty of the sky and the water, soaking in the fact that this is really my life right now. I love going on a night adventure and seeing the lights from the boats, and the stars are so bright. It's nice ...
Today we left Miami and land to hit the seas for a 2 week voyage around the Caribbean and Bahamas. Super exciting as this is our first time on a cruise and our boat 'Allure of the Seas" is the largest cruise liner in the world, supposedly.
From our hotel, we arrived at Port Everglade around 1230pm for our check-in. The whole process is a massive event. Firstly, straight out of the taxi, we dropped off our luggage with one of the attendants. It seemed a bit ...