Estoril Paradise Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Ship's position : LAT - 25.13.32N LONG - 79.44.31W Ship's speed : 17.7 knots Wind speed : 41.4 knots (47.6mph) Temperature (midday) : 27c / 80.6f Temperature (late evening) : 23.5c / 74.3f Sunrise : 7.08am Sunset : 5.55pm Time : GMT -5 hours FORT LAUDERDALE - a commercial and industrial resort in south eastern Florida with a population of c.183k. It has been a UK territory in its past as well as being under Spanish control. The Spaniards sold it to the USA in 1819 for US$5m. It ...
... plenty of buck hunter games to go around (I know the Andrews would love this). You know I have to have a go right - WOO HOO.
Since we knew very little of this town, we found a local BBQ house that was featured on Man vs Food called ‘The Brick Pit’ and I must say that it was the most tasty BBQ I’ve ever eaten. We ate and ate, and my god it was good! Before leaving they asked us if we wanted to leave our mark on the wall to commemorate our visit - ...
... and hightailed it to the Horizon Court. On this ship, Horizon Court is located at the front of the ship and the two main dining rooms are located mid ships.
After lunch, Brian and I started out on a mini tour of the ship from the top – we went to the Spa. The Gym was up there too just beyond the Spa - it seemed to have quite a few machines but we hightailed it out of the Spa before those Spa Sharks (as I call them) could get ...
... and cleared immigration and found our ride to the airport. The flow here is strange you go to a terminal sign in print bag tags and boarding pass and then go to a human to weigh the bags then roll them to another area to check them in. We then headed to security and got re routed to another checkpoint and then waited for an hour to clear TSA so much for prescreened expedited status. Well now we are walking around ...
A short taxi ride to the nearest stop for the hop on hop off canal boat tour. A bright yellow boat appeared, and we spent a good few hours cruising the canals and marveling at the huge houses, even bigger boats and some large iguana lizards that languished on the edge of the canals. Terry and Rick knew a good spot for lunch, on the beach - so we hopped off and ...