Residence Inn Fort Lauderdale SW / Miramar
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... a bit of a confusing time emotionally and could not work out what my problem was. I did lots of writing and thinking during this time and I also talked to Brandon and Ohne too and some of what they talked about, and unrelated to my thoughts, seemed to trigger something. I slept on my problem and like most things I woke up and realised what I was doing or should I say not doing. Three months of meeting people, getting to know them and then having to say goodbye had ...
... this time, we were both starving, so we headed inland through Grennich Town and past New York University (NYU) looking for food. NYU was very interesting, as Washington Square is the centre of the campus and the surrounding buildings are College accommodation and classrooms. If there weren't flags of NYU everywhere, you wouldn't even think it's a University. We finally found a Chipotle (Brad also loves it) to sit down and recharge at. The final thing Brad and I did (before he had ...
... the Interstate 17. Murray would prefer to use a city street, but at Dianne's insistence we follow the signs to 89A on the main road, and are able to pick the right exit.
Almost immediately we are into scenic areas, with the road entering the Oak Creek Canyon, with red cliffs, thick pine tree cover, and a river in the bottom. We stop at most available scenic viewing areas, while avoiding State Parks with entry and parking fees. Closer to Sedona, the valley opens ...
... port! People were actually stopping me to TAKE PICTURES of my suitcases with their cell phones!! Another reason to get rid of the luggage as quickly as possible...
Check in was extremely quick, and we were on the ship by 11:20 or so. We headed to the entertainment area to make some changes to our show reservations, and then decided on lunch at the Park Cafe in the Central Park area. The Park Cafe is famous for its thinly sliced, ...
... an afternoon wandering around the shops, in awe at how cheap the shopping is in comparison to Australian (and everywhere really). Steve got some awesome surf gear and Jenna bought a pair of Chloe sunglasses for $200 (down from $400)!
Saturday evening came around and we had been recommended by more than one American to head to Joe's Stone Crab, a famous restaurant chain with the original in South Beach (it's the oldest restaurant in Miami!). We arrived ...