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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TripAdvisor Reviews Extended Stay America - Fort Lauderdale - Cypress Creek - Andrews Ave.
Travel Blogs from Fort Lauderdale
... station booth. She directed us across the road to the bus station. We began walking the wrong way, and she walks outside of her booth and puts her hands in the air and says “what are you guys doin’? I didn’t tell you to go that way”. We all had a laugh and we began walking in the right direction.
We get across the road to the bus station and we feel like we’re in the ghetto. There is a speaker blasting loudly into the streets ...
Today we began our 5th cruise with Princess, aboard their newest ship, the Regal Princess. The Regal and her sister ship, the Royal Princess, represent a new generation of cruise ships for the Princess fleet. It's enormous (3600 passengers) but is designed not to feel crowded.
Once onboard, ...
... yachts moored in Fort Lauderdale including one called the Samadhi which is apparently worth around $80 million dollars. It was built by Feadship (which stands for First Export Association of Dutch Shipbuilders) which is recognized as the world leader in building nautical toys for the uber rich.
Took my laptop down to the Golden Lyon - the hotel’s little bar on Las Olas - and updated my journal over a few cocktails (the last two coincided with Happy ...
... in a foam cup that would only hold 100ml, but the give you 5 tiny thimble sized cups to go with it, because the coffee is so strong that 5 people are meant to be served from that one cup. It was really, really good. Fast forward and here we are back at the hotel, tired and just about to head out for some dinner. Trying to find a cheaper option than the last couple nights, Wendy has found a great sounding menu around the corner at a Cuban place. Stay tuned ...
... to just hunker down and stay the course. And the waves rode like stallions. Up and down, up and down, up and down. Splash, splash, pound, pound, pound.
After hours of pounding and crab walking, we finally arrived at the entrance into Key Biscayne. We felt only a little relieved because it was approaching dusk, the winds and waves were picking up and it was going to be a race to see if we could make port before dark. Because the seas were increasing, the Captain was putting ...