Hyatt Place Ft. Lauderdale Airport & Cruise Port
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... and sweaty walk to Jimbo's Sandbar (No sand there) and rock a truckload of beers and wings
... which has to do with a large male Buffalo who is grazing away from the herd, positioned about 150 yards from the road. BeBe cannot join us over the fence because he is having trouble walking after Donde stabbed him in the thigh with a knife the day before, don’t ask!
Mac, Donde and I climbed the fence and made our way towards the Buffalo, while Mac has the camera to his face so he thinks we are farther away than we actually were. The Buffalo never even looks ...
... in Fort Lauderdale, we decided it couldn't hurt. Travelpod offers the option to link the blog to PayPal, so we have added such a link and it can be found on the right side of the screen when you come to our blog. There is zero pressure to contribute, but if you were one of those who was wanting to pitch in, there is now means to do so.
Okay, so for real this time, hopefully next time I write to you it will be from the Bahamas. Knock on wood!
... given the way Hejira's propeller and rudder are situated, reverse doesn't work as smoothly as we might hope, so if you don't maneuver just right, you end up literally driving in circles before the bridge.
In general, our focus paid off. We only had to dawdle for a couple of bridges, and by mid-morning, the end was in sight. We had finally made it to Fort Lauderdale proper, and we could count the remaining drawbridges on one hand. You couldn't really tell ...
... really cheap. We paid about $50 per day per person. We had a great time on the cruise. We started in Fort Lauderdale and cruised to Bermuda where we spent a day. Then 8 days at sea, We never got bored. There was plenty of activities, speakers and shows to keep you busy. The food was very good and we concentrated on not eating ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking