Extended Stay America - Fort Lauderdale - Plantation
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... and shabby.
It was a really big day with lots of driving, but well worth it, in spite of the GPS not being able to locate us on some of the new roads in Miami. The flyovers are amazing, and the traffic is thick with little regard for speed limits.
I was excited to see a flamingo in the wetlands, and turkey vultures on the high street lights on the causeway bridge to South Beach.
... car and driving out without being hassled about buying this insurance or that insurance. Definitely worth being a Hertz Gold member.
Got headed toward Alligator Alley and began looking for someplace to grab a bite. Decided McDonald's would be a quick way to stay on the road, so we went through a drive through and kept driving. I tried the new McWraps but accidentally got a meal instead of just the wrap. We ended up with three ...
... wrong lane on the turnpike and went through the SunPass Toll lane, that's going to cost me a week or 2 after the cruise is over... then we almost died at the I95 cluster frack/cloverleaf, lost almost an hour trying to get through/around it. There was a wreck, my GPS was telling me to take turns as I passed or after I had passed the exit, truly a disaster of an interchange.
We were quite relieved when ...
... to offer, but in our short visit, its merits were not revealed and we just found it to be another large city with an oversized Surfers Paradise type beach close by. I am sure the Everglades National Park and the Keys further south have more to offer but that is for another day. Our focus now is to prepare for our upcoming 5 days in the Bahamas and then return in time to Fort Lauderdale to join our 27 night cruise trans-Atlantic to Europe and beyond.
Tuba City is pretty ordinary, and soon after we turn South onto Highway 89, then 17 miles later turn West on a new, very flash road, Route 64 to Desert View at the East end of the Grand Canyon National Park. It’s now 2.30pm according to us, but we’ve gained an hour now we’re in Arizona, so it’s actually only 1.30pm and we have a long afternoon/night ahead of us, so stop for a 20-minute catnap, then continue on, passing viewpoints over ...