Fort Lauderdale Marriott North
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I suspected it was similar to the expensive New York place we had gone to. The walk was picturesque, we had to go over the draw bridge to get to the restaurant. The view from up there was outstanding, with all the lights starting to come on and the sky clear of clouds and dusk setting in. It wasn't too far from the bridge, tucked back with a beautifully lit courtyard out the front. It looked expensive as soon as we approached, but for tonight we would splash out on ...
... interesting, relaxing and unique place to say. In spite of being directly across the bay from Mercy Hospital, it was one of the quietest places we stayed because the ambulances could not use their sirens once they entered the neighborhood and there was little in the way of traffic noise due to the fact Grove Isle was an resort/residential island with no no roads except those that led to parking lots discreetly tucked away. There were few boats that passed by because the ...
... the coconut with a shot of "four feathers" Costa Rican liquor, similar to rum, made from sugar cane. Delish! Next stop was a cliff side where we first were able to see the pacific ocean. How beautiful! Then to the city of Jacos for lunch, best fish tacos ever. We each got red snapper and mahi mahi in beer batter. It was a taco bar where you put all of your own fresh ingredients on top yourself. Yum! Then a little while later we made it to Quepos, where ...
... of the show, when we feel the engines and stabilizers vibrate. We’re finally leaving Ft. Lauderdale. Our social obligations conclude and we head back to our cabins to finish unpacking and to get some sleep. So, today is over and we’re safely aboard. OK, we had some issues with check-in, but on the bright side, while waiting in line we get to reacquaint ourselves with people we met on the Queen Mary 2. Kay-Lynn is back, doing ...
... someone else's luggage, which we returned to our Steward, Rogjelo. It took several hours before Ady's luggage was delivered, and she was really happy it had not been lost.
Our sail time was 4 p.m. although we were delayed by about an hour. The weather was very nice and it was quite enjoyable to sit on our balcony. Ady and Nancy enjoyed some wine we had brought on board.
Around 6:30 p.m. we decided ...