La Quinta Inn Ft. Lauderdale Tamarac East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... music. We wait for what feels like 45 minutes almost. We jump on and realise it’s a flat rate, so we pay $2.25 each. We navigate our way to our hotel after 25minutes as we get dropped off outside Wendy’s burger joint. We walked in the steaming heat to our place called “Hotel Mimo”. We walked into the cranking air conditioning and place our bags down. By this time it was around 11am and check in wasn’t until 3pm. So the lady stored our bags ...
... making the crossing with us. Pieces of simple information that would have been comforting to hear when the plane very first starting dancing mid-air and not twenty minutes after. I am worn-out and dehydrated from the sterile air of the cabin, but am looking forward to drifting off to sleep soon now that the lights have dimmed. It was a very early start, up at 5:00 am to finish packing and to ask the desk to call me a taxi. It turned out that two other girls were going to the same ...
... Las Olas and stopped at a place called Fork & Balls. The place was pretty full which considering it’s low season here and most of the other restaurants were pretty empty, looked like a good sign. It was. They specialise in meatballs. Really good, big meatballs. After exchanging pleasantries with the barmaid (who was very cute) I ordered the short rib variety which came in a tomato sauce. Delicious. Also ordered a Pork ‘n Berry Fizz - vodka with ...
Back on dry land, we had booked a nice hotel for our final two nights in Miami, America, and away from home in general! But we decided to check in late, and take a drive down to Key Largo for the day. It is famous for its coral reef, and the snorkelling you can do around it, but seen as I had just been out and about in the Bahamas I passed on it, instead choosing to lay on the beach and do a little bit of exploring of the land. The actual town ...
... well and we were soon out in the great, big ocean.
Now we just had to orient ourselves. Having never followed a channel on open waters, we really did not understand what shape the structures would be that marked the channel. Our charts did not seem very specific to us other than showing a blob of white water and a few scattered markers and towers. But, we were confident we could find our way even if we could not locate the markers for our Marathon friends told us we could ...