Days Inn Fort Lauderdale Oceanside
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... out there, this store is a mix between an outdoor adventure store and theme park. When you enter, the place is absolutely massive, themed like a massive wood cabin, filled with everything you might need in the great outdoors, from head torch to fishing rods, from shotguns to wakeboard boats - I MEAN EVERYTHING. Inside the theming of this store was amazing, there where trees, forests, stuffed animals, waterfalls and even live bass fish. There is also a laser shooting ...
... spacious due to the fact that it is over four not three decks.
We wandered around each of the areas around the Atrium - spacious library and card room on Deck 8, signed up for our free internet minutes at the Internet Café on Deck 8, then down to Deck 7.
Deck 7 in the Atrium area has Crooners Bar and the Churchill Lounge which was well attended by those who smoke - particularly cigars.
... Food can be had for no extra charge at the Great Outdoors and I suspect I will be there a lot.
This appears as though it will be fun. I am saying that because I believe it to be true and because, as I write this, I have consumed two Bud Light Platinum bottles and one Beringer Cabernet in rapid succession.
I will discuss my first inside cabin in a future entry.
Bon Voyage; or, as my bluegrass friends are saying: This is f**ckin’ ...
... expensive but ok, then it seems that it is very very busy as all accomodation is also sold out.... Never fear we are lapping it up at the Ritz Carlton. Fort Laurderdale is a cross between Surfers and Noosa..... but dirtier... our beaches are beautiful. Finally found some gluten free pasta for ...
... also had fun driving through a nearby Bank of America drive through teller service. It was amazing to be able to stay in your car while using the cash card teller. We wondered if it would catch on in Australia in the future.
In the Upper Keys we stopped for a coffee and Key Lime Pie at Mrs Macs Restaurant, Key Largo. The restaurant seems stuck in a 1970s time warp with plenty of seaside memorabilia and music of the time. We enjoyed our late afternoon tea and ...