Days Inn Fort Lauderdale Oceanside
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... about Dan leaving for Europe since the beginning. Even before we ever imagined that we would be together. Back when Dan promised himself he would not let himself get tied down before leaving on a trip like this.... oops :) (Ps. His idea.. not mine.)
It is so exciting that he's getting to experience this adventure in life. I am of course worried about him, like anyone that loves and cares for someone would, but I know no matter what he will be able to handle ...
... each way from the Marina to the Cheesecake Factory and back.
Tired and hot
However when we reached the Trolley Bus stop, perhaps we should have taken the bus for the last three stops as it was clear to us that we must have just missed the trolley … we ended up waiting for some 35-40 mins and decided to stay on it until almost the end.
I love US grocery stores
We alighted at Publix and bought several item from the store - a ...
... taken right up to the counter, given our cruise cards and information and then we were off to board the ship. No waiting in the lounge, no preference boarding...nothing...just check-in and off to the boat. Before we knew it, we were opening the doors to our side by side staterooms. From here on in, I won't bore you with day to day reports. Our sea days on the cruise ship are fairly routine...eat, attend lecture, relax, lunch, ...
... there didn't seem to be many insects. There are unexpected little surprises everywhere, too. Like the bright red kiddie car (metal, not plastic, so, vintage, but in perfect condition) in the garden. Or the mural on one of the walls. Our room had a private patio, complete with a double hammock.
Our ride to the cruise ship terminal, Port Everglades, was an eight minute jaunt. Into absolute chaos. There was luggage, cars, people everywhere. With no one to ...
... peaceful memorial once was a disaster zone. I really liked the area, in particular the pear tree that still stands there, surviving all the chaos. After that, we headed down Wall Street and saw the NY stock exchange. It was pretty quiet around there that day, with obviously nothing going on. We then continued (despite the miserable weather) down towards Southport and Brad showed me the pier and the huge ships docked there. The most fascinating part was when Brad explained how this ...
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