Hyatt Place Fort Lauderdale / Plantation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Plantation
... changes in my mindset towards the little things. Little things that only a few months ago I was repulsed by. For example, I remember the very first meal we had in a hick town. I was disgusted with the fact some mid priced restaurants serve food with plastic cutlery and on polystyrene plates. Three months on, I've come to expect it. Every motel that includes breakfast, outside of cities, serves food on plastic and polystyrene, as so do some diners. We have stayed in ...
... up tearing apart my (broken) case with the inbuilt keyboard to get some steel wire to open the SIM card slot. after about half an hour we finally got it working. We ended the day by going to some grimy, but really fun rap club with Tolon's friends from school. It was a very different clubbing experience but at least we went out a little bit in the greatest party city in the US. We're now on our way to Peru and I am not very excited to fly a south american ...
... orca and dolphin show was their main attraction. The orca certainly got the school children excited. They had the orca, dolphins and humans in the water at the same time. They claim to be the only aquatic show that does this. It was quite exciting. The seal show was aimed at younger children and probably of little interest to anyone over 10 years of age.
The TV show "Flipper" was filmed at the ...
... me off for not knowing how to use the money machine, cue angry ginger head the whole bus journey! Following the hostel directions, we got off at 5th street and walked two blocks to 3rd street to find our hostel, which was a lot harder than it sounds in 90 degrees laden down with bags.. So grateful for the hostel air con in reception. We got checked into an 8 bed dorm full of guys, then headed out for a walk down to the famous beach straight away. The beach was only two or ...
... us of panthers, and that we were in a "Panther Preserve". Well we didn't see any, but we did see a lot of birds and a croc (or gator we don't know which is which), in the canal along side of the road. When we put our heads on the pillows in Don's guest room we were so glad that we had taken the time to come and take a hilarious walk down memory lane with our Don.
Part II of our "great adventure" to Plantation to be continued...