Hilton Garden Inn Ft. Lauderdale Airport-Cruise Port
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... polygamists. Koenma updates Yusuke, Kuwabara, and Botan that the breach will occur in one week, due to its spherical shape. We are not ready for treason. The crew had trouble loosening the falls to free the lifeboat. Monkey falls is an ideal place for little children and adults to take a bath.His reliance on brains rather than brawn might explain his lack of injuries, and also his low penalty minute totals. During this time Laurie moved back to his home North Queensland and once ...
Slept in and packed up the car.. decided to head down to Miami
We were sad to say goodbye to our one bedroom suite
Took the Florida Turnpike down to Miami.. unfortunately it had a TON of tolls. argh
Went to El Arte Bakery and Cafeteria for some guava cheese and other Cuban pastries. Gotta get the good stuff, since we missed it in LA.
Went to go get Cuban food for dinner, bought it to-go ...
... OMG it is HUGE! No wonder it is the worlds largest cruise ship. We didn't have to wait at all and we walked straight in. We walked the ship on many different levels checking it all out. It's so amazing! So much to see and do I'm not sure we are going to fit it all in. The food is great and our show tonight was ...
... before, about the *******. April 20th: It's fair to say we all woke up a bit dusty, especially Mullan, from all his vodka and diet cokes (haha). But once we got our **** together, Shiri, Sean and I headed down to Flashbacks Diner for breakfast (but really more of a lunch). It was a pretty stock standard US diner, with pretty good blueberry pancakes (which I had). But what made it stand out from the rest was the worlds largest banana milkshake, that only cost me $5. I know what ...
... as Paris, but much better than anything we have. I had pan au chocolate (a croissant with chocolate in the middle) most days for breakfast and cafe con leche and/or fresh squeezed orange juice. Most of the bars, for dinner, had a pilgrim's menu. It consisted of 3 courses, the 1st (not an appetizer) provided 5-6 choices, the second was comparable to the first and provided 5-6 choices as well. Dessert ...