Holiday Inn Express Pembroke Pines-Sheridan St
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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We've had so many memories created and fun times shared.
This past month there was so much to do.
We had to pack the things in our home into storage, pack for a trip to see great friends in Panama, move in with the grandparents, get the house ready for renters, get our car ready for ...
... holds up to its billing. The same agent called us back to her station and was nice enough to look the other way when one of our pieces was still a tad over the 50 lb. limit and only charged us for the additional piece. We're going to have to be shipping some stuff home from Mom & Dad's.
Once we got checked in and through passport control and then through security, we headed to our gate, hoping for a restaurant to grab ...
... luggage unattended. We brought this to the attention of the security guard who was walking around the restaurant and she just walked buy. In our wisdom, after watching so many TV shows, Fran asked the question, "should we move?" I agreed and we left the area, Fran holding her salad in one hand, a backpack on her back as we started to look for another table. One of the women who cleaned the tables got us some chairs and we finally ...
... pull up at the cruise terminal to the waiting line of luggage porters whom kindly inform us how well they are going to look after our luggage (the driver of the free shuttle and the porters all seem to have the same affliction with their arms, which are bent at the elbows with palms open and facing up!).
We are herded into a snaking line of a diverse bunch and shuffle slowly in one direction for 50 feet, about turn one step to the right ...
... We pass the Totem Pole, then carry on to a watercourse called the sand spring aquifers, with flowing water, but it has a lot of algae in it. The track deteriorates dramatically here, and we have to hang on in the back of the truck as we negotiate some major bumps, and have to gun the engine to climb out of the watercourse.
We are getting pretty close to our 12 Noon checkout, but the kids on board insist on climbing through the loose rock to the base of a butte ...