- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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As we walked off the plane we hit a wall of heat and after our week on the chilly West coast, it was lovely :-) Pete's sister Hazel very kindly came to pick us up at the airport and after collecting our bags we headed north to Fort Lauderdale. Our first stop was to pick up Pete's niece from a Valentine's party at her friend's house. We arrived to discover the mums enjoying a wee glass of champers so thought it would be rude not to join in :-) It was a lovely start to our visit and great ...
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More than a few people have told me, "be careful" or "be safe". It kind of reminds me of the information Father O'Brien gave us when we started our Summer Congressional Internships in ...
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