Econo Lodge Inn & Suites

Address: 2949 N. Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33306, United States | 1 star hotel
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located in the Coral Shores area of Fort Lauderdale, is near Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, Discovery Day Cruise to Freeport Bahamas, To The Moon Marketplace, and Art Children's Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Fort Lauderdale

Dischargeability of income tax debt.

A travel blog entry by plier1bay on May 20, 2015

... these are deemed filed. When they are mailed late, then the date these were received with the IRS is going to be that they will be deemed filed. The debtor is eligible underneath the 240-day rule The tax authority should have assessed the taxes against you not below 240 days before you filed for bankruptcy. The limit can be extended in the event the tax authority were restitched from the law to help make the assessment. This ...

Returning to Cold Country

A travel blog entry by bruinz on Mar 01, 2015

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... passengers when we broke through the clouds and saw fields of gloomy snow. Boo! A visit to Vino Volo for lunch made up for the dreariness outside. Our luggage made it through to Detroit and Zib picked us up and we made our way home to happy cats and a stack of mail. Sleeping in our own bed was welcome after eight days on the ...

Key West 2014 Day 19, Cocoa Beach > Ft. Lauderdale

A travel blog entry by rocket2thekeys on Aug 24, 2014

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... before he was 10 years old. So this naive kid starts hanging out with these guys and they really opened my eyes to the world, they were always tinkering with go-karts, small engines, mechanical stuff that I was never exposed to.

I am sure my Father was always disappointed I didn't inherit his carpenter genes, but he was 46 when I was born, and we never really had the solid Father-Son interaction needed to pass on those skills.

Paul and ...

First 48 hours

A travel blog entry by mitchmoroney91 on Jun 13, 2014

... and only cost $25 USD each.
We hopped in a cab at Miami international and straight away got kicked in the face by the tropical feel. Typical weather here is constantly around 30 degrees and 85% humidity. It's actually nice, not too hot, but it is a bit sticky.
Our cab driver was African American, and did not appear to have much respect for road rules. He was on the phone a lot, he almost crashed and took a very long time to get us where we wanted to go. We ...

And the Waves Rode Like Stallions

A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Apr 30, 2014

6 comments, 51 photos

... a car. It was the first time we have driven since December.

After four days in Fort Lauderdale, we hit the ICW again and headed to North Palm Beach, where we are currently residing. The cruise was not very long in terms of distance but the fact that we had to have 10 bridges opened along the way turned what should have been a five hour day into an eight hour day. The winds made it tricky to wait if we did not make a bridge opening. And those bridge tenders can be ...