Residence Inn Fort Lauderdale SW / Miramar
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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... number, I thought. Later, he would reveal it as his lucky number, As we drove, Mark, a short, bald man in his 50's or 60's, asked me about myself, I told him I am from Minneapolis, and that I am heading to the Keys for the remainder of my stay. He asked me if I was gainfully employed. I said yes. He asked by whom? I answered, "myself." I continued to tell Mark about my photography and video business, and that this trip was in fact funded by my recent upturn in business. ...
... to the airport for my flight departing at 6.50am. All seemed well, I checked in without any major problems and got to the airport by just using 1 subway line and a bus and saved myself $13 by doing so and there wasn’t any scary nutters out on the loose as described by the LP guidebook. However, once I boarded the flight, it was announced that we would be departing late due to mechanical difficulties, I wasn’t too impressed since I only had 45 ...
... about the Straw Markets, we were told they had moved and were now at the port....right where we'd got off the ship. Oh well!!! It proved to be a great mistake because Atlantis was well worth seeing. Paul and Joe are still drooling over the massive private boats moored there. Emma and I got to spend a dollar at the casino and we enjoyed a very funny, taxi boat ride back to the ship. In true tour guide fashion, he gave us the nice and naughty things the rich and famous get up to ...
... had gone out the day before to order a bed for the spare room only to find out it would take 5 days for delivery. And we'd be well on our way by then!
After a solid 14 hour sleep that first night, I'd say the blow up mattress did the trick. A lazy day by the pool studying kreyol and NOT checking email was more restful than I could have imagined in the midst of packing and running around before leaving Milwaukee.
I spent ...
... a beer fuelled Saturday night on Ocean Drive, visited Flamingo Park and the Botanical Gardens. The Holocaust memorial is definitely worth a visit and is the most interesting memorial that we have seen outside of Auschwitz.
Miami was a fantastic way to finish the North American leg of the world tour and we have had a total blast here so we will give Miami 8/10.
The North American leg of the world tour is now complete. We have travelled 9197 miles ...