La Quinta Inn Ft. Lauderdale Northeast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... away so we decide to take a look around first before eating. We head straight to the Apple store and look at iphones and products. We looked at the iphone 5’s and 6’s and realised that we just wanted to get the cheapest Iphone until we get home as we will sign up to a plan when we get home, so it didn’t really matter. Not wanting to make a decision just yet, we tell Apple we will come back after lunch.
We head up to the food court again ...
Today is our swap ships day. The alarm went off at 6 AM to a less than enthusiastic response from anyone in our cabin. We have to be down at 6:45 to walk off. Since we are dragging our own bags we get the privilege of leaving first. Now the joy of killing time till noon begins. By 6:55 we have cleared customs, and now standing at the truck. We already have a second suitcase packed for ...
... but hey ho, I'm on holiday!
Drove down to the keys in a very nice Mustang with the top down most of the way, well until it got too hot. Picked up Spicer from his holiday cottage on the beautiful Little Torch Key. Then onto Key West.
Had THE best night out with Alex, Glenn and the gang. Was great to see them. Very messy, but fun night. Ended up with poor Spicer getting a cab back to his cottage 29 miles away at 4am. He'd forgotten his keys ...
... coffee, all of which you can get in a small (about 200ml) up to an extra large cup (about milkshake sized). Cheap too, like 1.29 though to about 2.50. Wendy got an iced tea and tub of fruit salad, I got a French vanilla coffee and Diablo chicken roll and we headed back to Essex house to get picked up. Got picked up in a random golf buggy sort of thing, and went to the office where we headed out to the Gator Park in the Everglades. Had an ...
... to our anxiety was the predictable tension of entering new territory in waning light. It was a shame to enter under such circumstances because the entrance into Key Biscayne is stunning and deserving of attention. You can see the skyline of Coconut Grove and Miami. You go past a light house and some stilt houses in the middle of the bay. (First Mate later learned the stilt houses were old, abandoned fishing and vacation homes donated to the state. They were lovely and in spite ...