Hilton Garden Inn Ft. Lauderdale Airport-Cruise Port
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... played cards on our own :( and at around 8 headed out to the seafront to get a spot to watch the fireworks. When we got there the place was heaving already, no space to sit on the wall and the beach was full of people watching a live band on a big stage. The atmosphere was great, lots of people dressed up in red white and blue, it's obviously a massive celebration! We listened to the band for a bit and sat on the grass to wait for the fireworks, which were unbelievable. ...
... running home to get your plate of old style potato wrapped shrimp?
Neither do I.
Chris didn't even finish his ice cold fizzy as **** London Pride, and we considered doing a dine and the dash. The old bloke behind the bar didn't look to smart on his feet. We could be in the car and off before he could say God Gave La Queen.
But we're English, and even if it's all bollocks and messed up, so's this pub. Kind of.
... people than we are. With only one layover we made it to Ft. Lauderdale in the morning. Then we had a couple of hours of wait for the shuttle to the Ship. Florida’s weather was normal, Hot and humid, with both the temperature and the humidity in the upper 90’s. Our expectations were for thunder storms, but our reality was bright blue skies crowed with large white clouds.
... motors, because I could have sworn the pilot told us that he couldn't start the plane due to a malfunctioning key-FOB. At any rate, the engines remained quiet, the cabin got colder, and the pilot promised they were doing everything they could to start the engines. Out my window, I saw many men in glowing traffic vests standing in front of the engine. Then a truck pulled up alongside the men. In my limited understanding of anything mechanical, the truck ...
... size as before - the balcony was indeed deeper than normal (the upgraded "bump-out" room) - but the bathroom was a MAJOR improvement. No longer the single standing spot with mirror/toilet/shower all 120 degrees apart in a circle around you. You could actually WALK from one to the other (though it was only 2 steps).
As we prepared to go explore - a knock at the door. Our BAGS were there already. It was 1:30pm ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services