Extended Stay America - Fort Lauderdale - Cypress Creek - Andrews Ave.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a dozen people from it. We stayed for about 45 minutes and went up to deck 17 for a better view as we sailed through the port to the ocean. After saying our goodbyes to the ones left we headed to the piazza to listen to a Steele drum performer. We decided to go to an early dinner around 5:30 and then go to the Welcome aboard show at 7:15. We had a young female server from Macedonia and her assistant was Yuri from the Ukraine. Dinner was good we both got a Caribbean style butterfly ...
We had a very smooth flight from Gatwick to Orlando, although it was long - 9 1/2 hours as very strong winds were blowing across the Atlantic. I watched a couple of movies and listened to an audio book and the time passed eventually!
We went straight to our hotel from the airport thanks to Heinz and Lynne picking us up - after a quick wash and brush-up we were off to "Bonefish" for supper. Then it was back to ...
Today we were balling in the USA for one day only! We were shattered by the time we landed in Fort Lauderdale, so after finding out we could check our bags in at 11.30am, for our 11.30pm flight out to Panama, we decided to sleep on the airport sofas until then! The airline were fussing about us not having an onward air ticket from Panama so we ended up having to buy a ...
With our wake up call set for 7.30am, we had a good night's sleep and were up and about and ready for breakfast by 8.30 – complimentary with the hotel stay. It wasn’t bad and quite filling.
It was raining and raining quite hard when we woke up and during breakfast however it had stopped by the time we left the hotel around 9.00-ish.
We hit the ground running ... well walking really
We caught the red and yellow HOHO trolley bus for $2 ...
Our Oceanside group was lucky to be able to go on the trip of a life time but wouldn't have been able to do so without the help and support of those who are close to us, who value education and believe in having students engage in exciting new experiences. We would like to thank everyone who made this possible, including the Oceanside Board of Education, Dr. Brown, Dr. Harrington, Mrs. Kathy Chapman, Mr. Mark Secaur, Mrs. Geraldine DeCarlo, everyone at school ...