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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... We were given ear plugs to mute the sound of the fans and warned not to wear caps and hats when we were going at speed. As soon as we cleared the embarkation area our driver, Brad, accelerated fast and we raced through the rushes across water no more than 12" deep. There are approximately a quarter of a million alligators in this part of the Everglades (and virtually no crocodiles). Of those quarter million alligators we saw about five, mainly on the left hand side of the ...
... is dotted with a number of small but intimate Jazz bars / clubs. We saw one group play in particular called ‘The Shotgun Jazz Band’ and these guys know how to jazz, I mean seriously they were awesome. Comprised of a trumpet, sax, drum, double bass and trombone they rocked out and we just had to see them again, and we did the following night - Giddy up! The jazz scene here is a 100% must see….
Another thing that we absolutely had to do was ...
... 6 in the Atrium area has Meridan Bay – souvenirs/gifts, clothes, alcohol etc, Essence (perfume / makeup etc) and Calyso Cove - clothes, jewellery etc. and just near the Atrium was Facets.
Deck 5 has the Future Cruise Sales, Shore excursions, Captain’s Circle host, Front Desk and La Patisserie which is just a bar and coffee.
From the Front Desk we finally made contact with Jean and Dean and ...
YAY.. It's cruise day! When we woke up it was raining... Raining? Really this is Miami, I thought it was supposed to be sunny in Miami! At least it didn't last too long and we didn't have to leave until 11. First though Heather and Tim need to go down to the "gas" station to pick up an international calling card, Tim and I had sussed them out last night however neither of us really understood the intricacies of the whole $ minute thing so we decided to call ...
... and finally an ethiopian kurimi done in a v60.
all coffees come from intelligentsia roasters.
must say, it has been worth the long ride there and after a visit at the local art museum all the way back...
beans keep me going...