La Quinta Inn & Suites University Drive South

Address: 3100 North University Drive, Coral Springs, Florida, 33065, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 3100 North University Drive, Coral Springs, is near Aquatica (Seaworld's Waterpark), Loxahatchee Everglades Tours, Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, and Colony West Country Club.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      Summer of 2013 passports required

      A travel blog entry by galofre on Jun 25, 2013

      8 comments, 1 photo

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      Please pray for us that this time will bring glory to God, that we’d have wisdom, patience, love, self-control, gentleness toward all (specially as we might get tired from driving and being through unfamiliar areas) and that we enjoy and stay healthy.

      We are thrilled that through this blog we will get a chance to be a part of your summer.

      Un abrazo


      Brewpub Bonus - Big Bear Brewing Company

      A travel blog entry by jasonandjanell on Oct 18, 2012

      4 photos

      ... themselves were quite average with nothing really standing out. Nothing was bad, either. The food, however, was very good (and the prices reflected that).

      The one thing that this brewery had that we haven't seen before is the serving vessels. At least we didn't know what we were looking at if other ...

      Reflections of Turkey

      A travel blog entry by lsuetang on Jul 15, 2012

      ... to live there, and the Turks do not make a lot of money, but I have not seen any beggars. I have always felt safe, even late at night, walking the streets.

      Turkey is an old country, with thousands of years of history, but is moving towards the 21st century in a hurry. There is construction everywhere, whole neighborhoods are being demolished to rebuild new homes that are earthquake proof. Infrastructure is ...

      Continuing CelebrityConstellation Caribbean cruise

      A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Apr 21, 2012

      120 photos

      ... bay, with views of an old slipway, and the “Oasis of the Seas” on a wharf in a different part of the harbour to us. We continued up to the very top of the island, through some pretty thick rainforest to Drake's Seat, where there is a communications complex and a tourist viewpoint and large souvenir shop, selling, inter alia, Banana Daiquiris and Pirate related tourist items. Dianne decided to take seriously her role of being a tourist, and had ...

      Up, up and away

      A travel blog entry by johnpatrick on Feb 16, 2012

      1 comment, 12 photos

      The Bahamas didn't really work out for us, as the yacht we were meant to be on got smashed up and dismasted on her way down from New York. We took a punt on finding a boat over there, but it was not to be.

      We went to Atlantis, which is a vaguely surreal hotel/funpark complex on an island just off the mainland. Pretty impressive that it was ever managed to be built with everything having to be imported, but kind of overrated, unless ...