Extended Stay America - Fort Lauderdale - Cypress Creek - NW 6th Way
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 30 ! In the end we had walked around the whole block and made it back to the first place bang on 11am. It was called 2 George's, a concho bar. It was a lovely place with a great view. We sat down overlooking the river, with a fan blowing down on us to cool our sweaty bodies, We chose the 1/2 waterfront sandwich with a cup of spicy chicken soup. This consisted of half a triple decker sandwich packed full of turkey, bacon, cheese & salad, the soup was homemade and packed ...
... rocking and rolling First Mate managed to snap a few pictures.)
Finally, in the channel but not home free. We now had to traverse the entire width of Biscayne Bay to reach our destination and it was getting darker. Fortunately, First Mate had spent the night before departure carefully deciphering the crazy mass of markers into the three consecutive channels we had to traverse to get to Grove Isle Marina so she was confident we would be fine. However, seeing buoys on paper ...
... between 9th and 13th Streets.
After a hurricane destroyed most of Miami Beach in 1926, the city was rebuilt in the then new style of architecture now called Art Deco. Martin explained the various details-the rule of three, the nautical influence, the "frozen fountains', the racing stripes, and the 'eyebrows'. Although I knew Art Deco when I saw it, I now know why I was able to recognize it. It was hard not to keep ...
... Once the third is added, the line really moves. However, once the line for security is finished, we have to stand in another line to check in. Let me just say that the “priority” status for check-in or luggage is bogus. We discover this as we stand in this line for well over an hour. The priority section has only 10 clerks and only one for handicap folks. The regular check-in for the “peons” has maybe 12 clerks. ...
... because he had shorts on. He went back to his cabin for a quick change and all was good again.
After dinner, Ron and Nancy went back to the casino and Ady and Dee to our room to get ready for the next day's excursion in Aruba.
Ron won a $500 jackpot, and Nancy came back with about $100.
The ship was a little rocky tonight, so Dee and Ady took a half of a Dramamine and went to bed early.