Red Roof Inn - Fort Lauderdale
Travel Blogs from Fort Lauderdale
... too much of a crazy one, thank goodness. I worked on Misunderstood on Thursday, cleaned more bilges and the galley. I was super tired today so just got home, made chicken pieces and spicy rice... Almost tasted like home, but I sure do miss Tastic and peri-peri. I got a call from Cheryl to do a one month trip to Cancun, Mexico but decided to rather wait for the permanent position. Danny finally contacted me and asked me to work. Friday Danny fetched me and I ...
... since we couldn’t be snobs too. When it was our turn to board both flights, I made sure I bumped my backpack (pretty heavy) into each one of their shoulders as I walked through the aisle; OOPS, Sorry! Maybe now they won’t be able to drink all of those free beverages. Wasn’t that really childish of me…that’s not me, but I was overcome by the moment. BL…I loved every minute of it. And I’m looking forward to ...
... near the Tri-rail stop for the airport when we arrived here at the start of our trip.
I looked the address up on google maps and sure enough the hotel looked to be right across the street so I called when we arrived at our tri-rail stop and sure enough she said just across the street WAHOO, just saved ourselves two shuttle rides. We walked over, checked in and by now were ready for a glass of wine and dinner.
Early flight home tomorrow, what a great trip!
... 5 minutes to the beach. It was fun to see the kids hit the ocean with the pelicans diving for fish in the distance.
They were chest deep immediately and were loving the waves. Henry said he thought he stepped on something, either a sting ray or a shark....which made Caroline come right back up to the beach and she never got more than ankle deep again. :D She is so predictable! I will have to reassure her a lot now that ...
... Cube", against their parents shouted vetoes.
We get back to the hotel after our deadline. Dianne goes ahead to sort out the front desk, while Murray pays our guide the $150 fee, without tip, as his involvement was pretty perfunctory. He had said he would only answer questions, rather than offer information.
The front desk is pretty relaxed, unlike Murray, and we check out quickly, but without problems.
We have a look at the settlement off ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed