Renaissance Plantation Fort Lauderdale
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The hotel was very pleasant and in a good location.
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... selling tobacco products to the usa. Apparently he moved to miami with his son in the late 70's and this was the primo Cuban cigar place to get good stuff from at good prices. It smelled like cigars. We went a couple of doors down and ordered a Cuban coffee to perk us up. This was serious coffee. The lady only spoke Spanish and was super happy when I gave her 3 dollars when she had asked for "dos" dollars. The coffee is super strong and super sweet. ...
... ears! And the second thing was was asking the question of how to spell argument . I tried to cop a view on what website **** was getting totally ‘crazy’ on and it was ‘unseen.is’ – ive yet since gone back and found out its some kind of protected messaging website that’s really badly protected so I hope whatever he was annoying me with he gets busted.
Anyway before I got chance to get to know my lovely roommate better it was time to ...
... Quite often stereotypical views are created because of a lack of understanding. Once beliefs, views and cultures are understood, those initial views are nothing but an embarrassing mind shift. Our biggest take away of the last three months is how the locals from all walks of life, had welcomed us into their lives. To the American friends we met abroad and locally, thank you for sharing your part of America with us. You have shown us the true MeriKa! For that, we ...
... when we were there was largely school groups (it was a school day and during school hours). The Miami Seaquarium has been around since 1955 and, in places, it looks like it. Their aquarium tanks are the old-fashioned sort and not very appealing after you have been to a modern aquarium. Most of their efforts seems to go into their shows. We attended two: an orca and dolphin show and a seal show.
... area and walk through the bush, then along the highway, only to find it is still another 400 feet away, so back to the car, then miss the turnoff to the actual place. Dianne then remembers that it is just a tourist trap. Hole-in-the-Rock is where someone lived in a cave, with a lot of 1950’s kitsch, so we didn’t miss much.
We move on to Wilson Arch, a large arch visible from the highway, then to the Tourist Info at Monticello, which has some ...