Estoril Paradise Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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... train station to our hotel. We found it pretty easily, however had to wait around 30minutes for the next free shuttle. The ride was around 15-20minutes, and of course within that time I managed to have a power sleep on my bag. We arrived at the train station and bought a ticket and asked the ticketer where we had to get off and go to.
The train arrived around 20minutes later and we managed to find space for our bags and seats for ourselves. The train ride ...
... hop on hop off bus and for $22 is good value tourism.
Fort Lauderdale is lovely from the water, and I can now fully appreciate why the call it the “Venice of America”. The houses along the edge of the intracoastal waterway are beautiful - reminded me of Star Island in Miami but much more extensive - and the guys on the boat pointed out the ones owned, or previously owned by the rich and famous. The best story was about four houses adjacent to ...
... it essentially showcased some of the flashiest real estate in miami, which for the record was all on manufactured islands. Lots and lots of celebrity past and present homes seen including Mel Gibson, Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Antonio Banderas, Jackie Chan, Edith Piaf, Al Capone, Emilio and Gloria Estafan as well as a couple of houses that have been used in film like the Addams family and bad boys etc. We also saw fisher island, home to 132 ...
... Uh, oh! The clouds were moving faster and turning darker. We began to notice a few rainstorms looming on the horizon. They stayed in the forefront a while and we prayed to Neptune that they would not come our way. And what do you know, they passed us by. Whew! We were so relieved. We started to relax again. We were happy to be on the water, oriented in time and space. We were pleased it was not raining and that winds and waves were tolerable. Shiver me timbers and yo, ho, ho. ...
... and three by four inches large) was the best tuna since Hawaii. It was accompanied by wasabi mashed potatoes and ginger marinated Asian pear slices. The best fillet mignon EVER was drizzled with a super rich flavourful gravy and accompanied by whipped goat cheese with cilantro and gently sautéed zucchini and garlic mashed potatoes. French press coffee was accompanied by a pair of complimentary glasses of port. Desert was ... wait for it... ...