Sea Beach Plaza
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The kids woke us up this morning. By the time we woke up, we were docked in Fort Lauderdale. We got ourselves dressed and finished packing up our last minute items into our carry-on bags before saying goodbye to our cabins.
We had some time before we had to get off the ship so we decided to go to the dining room for breakfast. We were seated with two other couples. One of them was quite grumpy that they had to share a table. ...
... in the area. After Lake Okeechobee the crops changed to sugar cane and cattle. There were a couple of huge fires near the road, presumably burning off cane fields (although we never did find out for sure). Then we were driving alongside the Everglades until we got into the hustle and bustle of Fort Lauderdale and found our hotel. We went out to a place called Cafe el Tamarindo for dinner. The food was delicious, the wine ...
... and the experience of firing different guns really was amazing funnest ive had hear in miami so far. The service and introduction was outstanding. Albert my instructor introduced the way how to handle all in such a professional way. The shooting became just as easy.
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... play, with some of these guns. I was really nervous holding these weapons and asked the lady to double check that they weren’t loaded as I didn’t want to put holes in anything or anybody. So I started with a pump action shotgun, moved onto a .38 rifle, a 308 assault rifle with clips of 32 bullets, and then the peace de resistance - a customers custom assault rifle with scope, tripod legs and laser sights. Now come on, this is ridiculous.. well I thought it ...
... C to actually go into Terminal C so, here I sit in Southwest’s Terminal B gate area. No matter. I watch and listen to the screeching children and think of grandsons Miles and Elliot who I will soon see and a smile crosses my face.
The cruise was great. The ports and ship were familiar and seeing old friends while making new ones was a special treat.
I am ready for ...