Renaissance Plantation Fort Lauderdale
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The hotel was very pleasant and in a good location.
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... We hadn't filled it since New Jersey so we had been nervous for the past week that we were running low and wouldn’t get through another day of cooking. Turns out it was somehow only 1/3 empty and we only had to put in a gallon. It’s amazing that we have been cooking on that thing almost 3 times a day for 2 months and it has cost us 10$. Well worth it if you ask me! We also filled up our water tank before heading on our way to Key West. Most ...
... on holiday visit. Loads of shops, bars and restaurants along ocean blvd and the surrounding streets. We had a walk around and sat on the beach for a while before meeting another couch surfer from Germany, and went for a couple of beers. In the evening we headed back and I cooked tonight, peppers chicken and rice, Jesus seemed to like it so that was good. Other than that we just chilled out and ...
... have never have been able to enjoy this journey without you guys, including all the new people I met and our tour guides, Edison and Byron. Also Mr. Gary and Ms. Kobes for organizing this trip. You are all awesome!
I want to thank my parents for letting me go to a foreign country for the first time without them; without that I wouldn’t have been able to go to Ecuador and the Galapagos. I would like to thank Mr. Gary and ...
... we did little of consequence. We had coffee on our deck, we read, we fell asleep, and we did our obligatory one mile walk around the teak deck on the Lower Promenade Level. The rain started in earnest mid afternoon. By early evening it was coming down in sheets, but being Vancouverites, we didn't mind much. Then we dressed for the Suite Welcome Cocktail ...
Once upon a time there was a girl named Kathie who was a "cradle Episcopalian" (born into the denomination, for those who don't know that term!). She grew up at St. Lukes, downtown Rochester. After college she met Jeff, who was a lapsed Presbyterian. She asked him to go to church with her one day and the rest is history. Jeff fell in love with the Episcopal tradition and was received into the church at St. Lukes in 1975. ...