Holiday Inn - Pompano Beach
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... rearrange our bags, to ensure we had everything we needed on us to get us through to Miami.
The Swiss Air flights were much better this time, although we did have a cat in a carry on case in the seat beside us on the flight from Zurich to Miami. With Jose being allergic to cats and Lou being unsure do the little critter, Shell was a unsure of how things were going to progress as the flight commenced. It was without incident....thank goodness!
... and you could see little fish swimming up to you and nibbling on your toes. The kids thought it was pretty cool. Rich and Roxton went for a long walk along the beach while I stayed with the others. Paige initially started digging a hole and then Rorke and Courtney joined her. It wasn't long when Paige and Rorke tired of it and wanted to head to the pool. When Rich got back I took Paige, Roxton and Rorke to swim in the pool while Rich lay on the ...
... waiting for an available car we were driven to a different location so that we could just get a car. Thankfully we got a free upgrade and a few extra free hours, but it was already 11am when we left to drive to the Everglades.
The Everglades take up a significant proportion of Florida’s land area, but are a significant habitat for wildlife and plants. Steffie was excited to go on an airboat tour, so we stopped in at the Everglades Holiday Park at ...
Today is saturday and we are in Ft. Lauderdale. We went on a tour and saw very expensive houses. Then we went to Starbucks and now are on the ship. Tonight we hoping to have some people at our table otherwise it will be business as usual and we will be talking to 4 chair!! Tomorrow is a sea day then 4 ports and tours in a row.Sent from my ...
... of a demonstration, placing one knee on the mackerel’s spine while he began breaking each segment of the Mackerel’s back bone, stopping when it flopped around like an accordion. Next he opened the mouth and placed a large, thick gage hook into the roof of its mouth and pushed it through the top of its head, using waxed twine to sew the mouth shut.
It splashed like a child waterskiing as it trolled behind us.
George, who is 6ft, 8inches tall, has ...