Fort Lauderdale Marriott North
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- Swimming pool
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We docked in Port Everglades which is about 15mins drive from Fort Lauderdale. It's the second busiest cruise ship port in the world, after Miami, and is on southern Florida's Atlantic coast, which they call the Gold Coast!
It took a long time getting through US Immigration! We had our photos and fingerprints taken - all fingers and thumbs! Whilst we could understand the US concern about security, we couldn't understand the inconsistency. ...
Checked out of Baycaner Beach this morning and arrived at airport to find our flight delayed. They don't have any computers there and information kind of sketchy so Shorty drove us back to resort to have lunch and wait until it got sorted out.
Went back after lunch and waited a couple more hours until flight ...
... general idea of what we wanted to see and do, and set off to explore, changing our minds as we went and just let the good times roll. Now, without making this a step by step debrief of what we did, what we saw, I’ve included for your viewing pleasure a google map outlining the route we took on our road tripping adventures and have included dot points of some of the great things we did and saw in each place or on the way to each place.
O.K so lets get going ...
... 8217;s so much we want to share we’re going to try to catch up one day.
After 89 days in the States (yes we got the most out of that visa) we feel like we have visited about 10 different countries already. We came into Boston in the freezing snow and are leaving Miami tanned and peeling in our flip flops.
They certainly have a lot weather and a lot of nature here. For a few weeks we thought we’d never see the end of snow ...
... I grabbed my first cocktail of the cruise, and headed up on deck to soak up the atmosphere. The ship set sail at around 4.30pm, and we stayed up on deck to watch the mainland disappear behind us and the sun to dip down over the horizon.
We had dinner in the main restaurant rather than the buffet. The staff are excellent, remembering our names, which is no mean feat given the number of diners they look after. After dinner, Holly and I explored the ship and ...