Residence Inn Ft. Lauderdale Plantation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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We had a super early start this morning leaving the campsite at 7 am. Everyone was a bit flat due to a clear lack of sleep but after a nap in the car people perked up pretty quickly. Today the drive was 7 or so hours so we had a big day ahead of us. Luckily we stop every hour and a half roughly to break it up. The closer we got to Miami the bluer the skies and the more colourful the buildings. Also palms trees became more common. We stopped into ...
... us. The balcony is nice, with one table and 2 chairs. The king bed is near the window, and it is super comfortable.
The bathroom is wide enough, and very practical, with a lot of storage space as well.
Then, in the room, there's a desk, with flat screen TV. The bottles of water from our water package, the mugs from our unlimited soda packages, and the ticket excursions are already waiting for us on the desk, so all is in order.
So efficient once again !
So there was some drama with leaving at the time I requested. We actually left at 0550hrs instead of 0400. Not surprising. We shall not mention names as to why that was. We got lost on the way to the airport. I had looked up the airport on yahoo maps and chose the wrong Buffalo airport. It should have been Buffalo / Niagara ...
... that same time the national church had just made provisions for lay people to serve as licensed lay readers and chalice bearers. There were two men at St. Lukes who were asked to serve in that capacity; Jeff and Don Fidinger. This action of lay people serving on the altar was not without its critics and there were some parishioners from St. Lukes who left the church because of it. The next few years at St. Lukes were ones that ...
... commented that they felt the group had really pulled together during the final week, and I agree. We were strangers when we met in Nassau, but when we sailed from Dominica towards our final destination we were friends. An e-mail list was exchanged, and the enthusiasm with which participants asked for a copy made it clear that the end of the voyage would not be the end of these friendships. ...