Il Lugano Hotel
Travel Blogs from Fort Lauderdale
... members who were conveniently at the front of the queue. Yes, we are on this cruise solo. Definitely Owen’s idea. Our stateroom was located on deck 10 on the starboard side, and the balcony gave us spectacular ocean views where we enjoyed the beautiful sun setting over the Gulf of Mexico. Dinner at the Windjammer Marketplace was right up Owen’s alley (and Hayley’s, I suppose). It was a complimentary buffet. ...
... I can't swim with my knee yet, but got a good tan. For supper we had roast chicken to give us the energy for the week to come. Who knows what it holds for us. I have a few days daywork coming up which is a blessing as I only have $90 left. Had a lovely weekend, but missed people at home. So happy to have all the friends and people here, but some loving and cuddles would be good ...
... is okay. Sail aways are always pretty exciting; you wave at people on shore, you wave at passengers on other ships, meet some new friends at least for the next two weeks, and start getting to know your staff. A total of five ships (Carnival, Holland America, Princess, Royal Caribbean and Celebrity) left Ft Lauderdale; we were number four. Dinner was served at 2030; we had requested and got a table (number 272) for two next to a large two-story glass ...
When I stepped out on my balcony in the early hours of the morning, the Allure of the Seas was already berthed at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale!
It had silently made its way at dawn towards the port without any fanfare or people gathered to witness this event!
Reality soon ...
... after inquiring at the reception's desk, the elevator was rapidly taken which led me all the way to the top floor and then to the balcony terrace.
You couldn't miss it. There it was, the Allure of the Seas berthed at the pier looking all grand and majestic compared to the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility