Extended Stay America - Fort Lauderdale - Deerfield Beach
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... picture in front of one of them--see the photo. We enjoyed walking around the Brickell area where Kateva lives--lots of beautiful scenery and tons of skyscrapers!
Our excitement level had been building all morning and it was finally time to leave. Kateva dropped us off at the Princess terminal and we got in line to check in. We had a bit of a wait and found out later that they had a computer malfunction which delayed them processing us.
... in to the finals and came 3rd. What a hoot! I never knew there were so many would-be singers in the world who seriously think they can carry a tune. it was such fun and of course Ben was awesome :) And then, on the last evening, we celebrated Henry's upcoming 70th birthday! We had booked for the best restaurant on board '150 Central Park' and had a wonderful degustation meal. An appropriate finale to such a memorable week. Fabulous family, food and ...
It's 4:00 AM and I CANNOT sleep. I'M SO EXCITED!!!!!!! ; There's only 3 more days left.....I can't stop doing my random happy dance and I can't stop thinking of all the amazing things were going to see and all the new people were going to meet. It's overwhelming!! And we haven't even left yet!! these last 3 ...
... 8221; He roared with laughter, I roared back and the embarkation process got off on the right foot.
Towing my belongings, I entered the line of happy beings thinking of the fun ahead. “Have your passport handy,” was sung out several times as I first dealt with a security person, then the next security team with their machines (who allowed my two bottles of wine to mass unmolested), next a cruise line’s person, next the actual check-in ...
... I of Spain, circumnavigated the globe sailing through the waters now named for him named the Southern Tip of South America. Commercial vessels no longer ply these dangerous waters since the opening of the Panama Canal.
Conquistadores claimed the New World for Spain and Portugal taking gold and silver, leaving smallpox and flu. By the ...