La Quinta Inn Ft. Lauderdale Northeast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our first day at sea began with a special breakfast. After getting up and dressed, we headed to the dining room on the cruise ship. They served us breakfast along with Shrek ears. During breakfast, we were greeted by three characters from the Shrek movies. First up was Fiona, then Puss in Boots, followed by Shrek himself! They came around to each table to greet the kids and have photos taken. They also gave the kids stickers to take home. The kids had a blast meeting ...
... t get there. Perhaps tomorrow as we won't be leaving Fort Lauderdale as planned the winds are not settling down and I'm not interested in 8foot chop :-) So we will stay here another day, watch the super bowl somewhere and cruise on Monday.
I'm attaching a picture of our wonderful row of storage bins, we love the container store...yes I'm a geek!
... Chuck and Mary Smith. I had met Mary briefly in the past, and similarly with Chuck, so this was an awesome opportunity to get to know them. They fed us delicious food, and welcomed us (and Lola) warmly. We had anticipated spending a pleasant evening with the Smith's and then heading to Andy and Willa Diemer's winter home just north of where we were, but the conversation and company was so good, that we ...
... and hightailed it to the Horizon Court. On this ship, Horizon Court is located at the front of the ship and the two main dining rooms are located mid ships.
After lunch, Brian and I started out on a mini tour of the ship from the top – we went to the Spa. The Gym was up there too just beyond the Spa - it seemed to have quite a few machines but we hightailed it out of the Spa before those Spa Sharks (as I call them) could get ...
... about four minutes to check-in (assuming they had completed the pre-check-in process), which included taking a quick photo of each passenger and creating the ship pass cards. These cards serve as room keys, ship entry/exit IDs, and for on-board services.