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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Travel Blogs from Fort Lauderdale
... we wanted to go,and then said, A taxi would be expensive- just catch that 28 bus there.....so we did! And it took us to across the road from the Megabus station. We felt very pleased- didn't even get lost! :)Now the Megabus station is just a small building in a big parking lot-a place to check in and sit and wait for the bus. Our bus came in on time and everything proceeded smoothly. The ride was great and we sat up like Jacky in the front seats ...
After what feels like weeks away, we say goodbye to the US of A and remember the wild and crazy times, and move onto new adventures....a quick transit day in Fort Lauderdale has bought me to a very interesting place of the world, a little weird and wacky, this sums a little snippet up for you......staying at the 'Days Inn', a tacky awesome hotel. We order some weird ...
... the next dream is winding its way from paper to reality. He maintains a family home for his wife and children in Brampton, ON that he visits frequently.
Outside of his house is also this freaky spider web complex, about 30 feet across, patrolled by some scary looking arachnids. These pictures have nothing to do with the story, but you prolly came here today looking to thrilled by feats of daring on a motorcycle, not a character essay, so here ...
... our meal and drinks into the early hours! This is when it really started to set in that this was it, and the end of our 3 month journey. We still couldn't quite get our head round that it was ending, and it felt more like we would be moving onto another country. But we dropped off our car in the morning and boarded the plane back to London! Thanks for all who stayed with me on here the whole way, or just dipped in here and there! I'm sure ...
... climb the steps to Deck 10 to visit the Commodore Club. I spent many hours writing and reading in the Commodore Club on the Queen Mary 2, so I am especially interested in this area. Don reminded us that David would come up to the Commodore Club to have a Bloody Mary and read when they did the World. The room is quite special as it looks out over the bow of the ship. The entire front is nothing but glass. Tables for two, with comfortable ...