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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... opposite direction to the way most shuttles were going. We arrived at our hotel and decided to go for a walk to find something to eat, it was now after 7:30pm. We decided on Subway tonight for a change and headed back to our room. Geoff booked a Suite that had a Spa and our own private courtyard. It was a quirky little hotel with a very nice feel to it. We chose this hotel originally because It got a very high score on trip advisor, and now I know ...
... checking into the cruise, I did have issues trying to figure out how to meet up with Anne on the boat. Once I got on I went to our room which was pretty nice and I then went to the KLENK check-in area to help out.
The ship was quite grand as I expected but it's hard to really imagine if you haven't seen it. I was quite impressed.
... we decided to stop off at a local food house called Alabama Jacks - known for its famous fried conch-cakes. This little place is stuck in the middle of no where, between the swamps of the deep south, and the sprawling plains below Miami and is literally a Southern institution for deep friend goodness. This was extremely evident on the Sunday that we arrived, and seeing as it was also Father’s day we were treated to live music and masses of people enjoying the ...
When our eyes finally opened it was past 10am and we decided to slowly get out of bed and head downstairs for breakfast. We both smashed down some fantastic pancakes. Bec had plain and mark got the blueberries ones. Once nice and full we decided to go for a walk in search of the golf driving range. It was about a ...
After breakfast at the Lido buffet
restaurant, I rushed to the 9th deck for the 9:00 am
watercolour class while Bert went to attend a Microsoft sponsored
technical class. This was my first day at the watercolour class, and
most of the seats had already been taken. I took a seat opposite an
empty one on a small bistro table for two.
A guy with a silvery Gray beard and
matching pony tail, sat across me. My ...