Hampton Inn & Suites Ft. Lauderdale-Airport/South Cruise Port
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... here, just a McDonald’s, a Burger King, Taco Bell and a Publix. Fantastic choices. We settled on Mcdonald's.
This is the part where I forced myself to go to sleep, cause no one likes to sit in a car and watch the interstate go by for 4 hours. I woke up, conveniently in Miami (there were a few times we stopped at gas stations, but I was literally half asleep and ...
... a day to rent a bicycle. A can of beer costs $3.50, but a bottle of Australian, Lindeman Pinot Noir goes for $2.50. Who knows what a spiffy, art-decoish, three-bedroom family dwelling would run you. A million? Twenty-thousand? Check out the photos. This is actually peak season in Hollywood.
Anyway, Sunday we leave. We'll stop at an island in the Bahamas for a day ...
It was only seventy miles, but took about two hours to get here. We got the laundry done and that's about it. It's near on six PM and Lynn is waiting on the last rug. Sounds like a plot for a lame movie...
Tomorrow, is hair care day. We'll go into an area closer to central Miami and I'll wait.
The "kids" will ...
... Francisco, the only person who actually wanted to play cards with us! She was some sort of marijuana trimmer for a living, very strange. Oh and not forgetting Ping, a middle aged little Chinese man who kept trying to sell us some solar charger thing, told us all about how he was going to be rich in a few years when they took off, and even called this guy he had been in contact with but never actually met to talk to us - AWKWARD. It was definitely the strangest hostel we ...
... I joked about their
language, prior to my arrival.., I had no idea I would make an attempt to ever
speak it…, but last night after two months of my Chinese exposure.., I gave a
speech in Chinese, that I learned by phonetics….
I did this to demonstrate that my learning
method is viable solution…, for people that do not have the luxury of time on
their side…, I simply wrote the English words I intended to communicate ...