Hampton Inn Ft. Lauderdale - Cypress Creek
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We slept until 11:00 this morning. We had intentions of getting up at 9:00 but everyone was exhaused from traveling. We rushed to get ready and off to the airport. Well, it happened AGAIN. I was pulled aside and had MY bags swabbed for explosives at the Fort Lauderdale airport. I wonder if Homeland Security is going to pay for my therapy bills …
... to Miami in Erik’s convertible. We walked all along the strip, looking at the fancy restaurants, beautiful people and art-deco hotels. After a quick stop at starbucks we headed to the beach- the wind made it a bit chilly ...
... so you can discover everything, I intend to enjoy and take as many pictures as I can.
Still on our way, on the middle of the Promenade, I meet an unexpected cruiser, Puss in Boots !
Then we arrive in front of our cabin, not the Royal Suite ( I wish !), but the cabin 12214. It is balcony cabin situated approximately midship. It is a perfect location for us.
We enter and find a vast cabin, with a lot of practical storage space. Enough to fit everything we ...
... were cheap and didn't buy a GPS because we thought that we could make do with Google maps and a big road atlas from Walmart. In the end that worked out fine because we had access to a lot of free Wifi at McDonalds, Starbucks and Tim Hortons. But I'm sure the time it took to navigate and find wifi could have been saved by just punching in an address into a Tom Tom. I'm a little bit old school; I like being a control freak and having a map in hand.
4. Gear. We needed a lot of ...
... point, K2 (8,611 m), lie on China's borders, respectively, with Nepal and Pakistan. The country’s lowest and the world’s third-lowest point, Lake Ayding (-154 m), is located in the Turpan Depression. The Yangtze ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking