La Quinta Inn & Suites Fort Lauderdale Tamarac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Tuesday 28 April Orlando to Fort Lauderdale
Wednesday 29 April aboard Holland America Zaandam
Woke up to a wet morning in Orlando but set off for Downtown Orlando after breakfast.It was a fair distance and so with the Lynx transport system stop so close to the motel we decided to take the No.8 bus into the Lynx station and a taxi out to the Megabus station. We did this easily. When Peter asked a guy at the station about the taxi rank, he asked ...
... on the desk at the hotel is the second most visited attraction in Florida after Disney. Once again finding this place proved so elusive until we did eventually got there. It was packed and the bargains we had previously enjoyed on visits to the US don't seem to be there now. Not the best place to visit.
So onwards tomorrow to Miami where we are staying for a couple of nights and it should be interesting.
... was the person that introduced me to motorcycles.So Paul used to live on his boat in a canal until the retirement home on the next block complained, now he rents this simple shack just behind his boat slip.
To anyone else these modest surroundings might seem to be below his stature, but it is not that way in Paul's case, he is if nothing else a simple man. His room contains the basic accommodations and a large drafting ...
... of choice was Mangos, mainly because we knew it's food was decent and they had an evening show on. It was some show! It was a salsa and merengue show, and it was full of full Columbian women! Rumours of a restaurant surgeon being very well employed here were rife, and although the singing wasn't great, it was a fantastic spectacle!! The entertainment went on for a long time, and it made for a really good night in there, as we sat and watched ...
... As lovely as it is, it’s pretty expensive. No spa for me on this run—no discounts for people on the legs of the World Voyage. While the prices of the various services are less expensive than the Queen Mary 2, it is expensive nonetheless. So, no bubble pool, no bucket of mud and a hose, no sauna for this girl. Oh well. However, I decide to do the 10-class package of yoga/Pilates. I’ll take a spin class occasionally as well. ...