Super 8 Fort Lauderdale Airport
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... he had a bit of trouble locating the restaurant, it is a little hidden away, took me ages the day before to find it. Dinner there was lovely although I have to say the service was a little slower than we've found generally around the ship. This is one of the specialty restaurants and as we have never been in one of the specialty restaurants in our past 2 cruises we thought what with it being valentines day it might be nice to try one. We paid $10 per person and you ...
... so good to have a spacious suite of two rooms. Huge hotel with an atrium which has a clear roof over it, all airconditioned as well. This hotel is located very close to the port which is good for our cruise. Breakfast included too. Buffet style or cooked to order in the lovely atrium. After checking into our room, we headed downstairs to have a drink and just unwind. We had one full day in Fort Lauderdale before the cruise. We didn't have anything specific planned ...
Finally, we revisited La Camaronera for dinner and I've decided that I like the shrimp sandwich better than the fish sandwich. Both awesome, but the shrimp takes the gold medal.
For the next two weeks, I'll be on a boat without any internet connection (oh the horror! what will I do?) so I'll continue to write my blogs but offline and then upload them all at once when I return.
... bus trip further up the coast to the small backpacking town of Taganga. At first glance, the town looked like an earthquake had just hit, with the roads smashed up and rubble piled either
side of the paths. Met the local nutcase as he was walking through the town threatening dogs
with his machete. Seemed a nice fella. As the temperatures had hit over 100 degrees, we were glad we had booked a hostel with a pool. So it was a bit disappointing to find that what they actually had ...