La Quinta Inn & Suites Ft. Lauderdale Plantation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ready for the night and went down to the bar at the hostel to have some drinks. Once everyone was ready we jumped in some cabs to get to the restaurant we were going to. It was a Cuban restaurant called Havana 1957. For tea I had a mango mojito and a chicken dish that was the special for this restaurant. My drink was so amazing and so mangoy. Just how I like it. My food was chicken that was so tender and had such nice flavours on it, it was ...
... time to kill, we went to the fancy Miami Beach side to go swimming (the waters were absolutely flat, so no surfing) and chilling in the sun.
Back at the airport, there was no shower. Damn. That way, salt-crusted Thomas and I went on another sleepless flight to London, where we arrived again in the early morning. This time we didn’t have that much time, but we luckily found a shower (a very, very hot one) and some desperately needed breakfast. ...
We left early in the morning from our hotel in Miami to head to the airport en route to our flight to Havana. After everyone checked their bags and made it through security, everyone tried to get in a few American things (Starbucks, Facebook and Twitter) in before heading to the land of cigars, music, and rum. A majority of the people who were heading down with us were Cubans, and Cubans Americans ...
... by a series of long bridges. It reminded me of a smaller version of Florianopolis, Brasil. Upon checking into the hostel, we immediately realised the higher quality of a western style hostel, although USA don’t have many hostels and many citizens even know what they are. We were greeted with spotless rooms, hot showers, free breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a wifi connections that I could comfortably skype chat on. ...
... point, K2 (8,611 m), lie on China's borders, respectively, with Nepal and Pakistan. The country’s lowest and the world’s third-lowest point, Lake Ayding (-154 m), is located in the Turpan Depression. The Yangtze ...