Extended Stay America - Ft. Lauderdale - Convention Center - Cruise Port
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to stay on the Royal Princess this morning when we got off. Standing up on deck it looked like we collided with Carnival & Disney cruise ships. Kids everywhere. Not good planning on our part regarding this cruise. However, we managed to find us a secluded spot with a few other disappointed passengers. If we stay away from the pools, and the ice cream line we may be safe. Off to ...
Slept really well, motels are getting cheaper only paid $20 each for that one; still having to share a bed with George though. Drove on South passing through Daytona beach where we took the Mustang on the beach. Managed to get stuck at one point in sinking soft sand, saved by our flip-flops which gave the Stang enough traction to un-stick itself. Driving down the beach we got our new kite flying out the back of it. Leaving the beach Josh drove on South to Kennedy Space Centre. Josh had ...
... fancy car and run and ask the people behind us for 20c, I think I died of embarrassment! From that point on we began collecting coins so we would never be stuck like that again. We went back to the hotel and got ready for our road trip to ft lauderdale to see Justin Timberlake!! OMG I was beyond excited! It was a 3.5hr drive with about 10 toll booths- we had coins ready and some even have change so we were fine. We ...
... brand new. Most of the things that we were going to see on it were not visited by any other program. It was also Road Scholar's first cruise to Cuba. For these reasons, they felt drawn to it.
We also had a few people on the program who had been in Cuba before Castro came to power. One had served on a battleship based in Guantanamo Bay in the 1950's. He told us a ...
... him a twenty and asked for the change. Not having the correct change, the driver had to get the hotel to exchange the bill to supply Graeme with his change....no tip. This was our second incident with taxi drivers since arriving in the states. The last time, when we had arrived in Chicago and was being taxied to the hotel, the driver never got out of the cab...we unloaded our luggage while he sat in the driver's seat. I was tempted to walk away and make ...