Sheraton Suites Cypress Creek Ft. Lauderdale
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... stopping off point. We also called into Daytona, driving past the race track and dipping our toes in the Atlantic on Daytona Beach to officially end the coast to coast after about 5,000 miles of driving since San Fran... what a journey, so glad to tick it off the bucket list!
We spent two nights on the Space Coast to give us one day at Kennedy Space Centre to poke around the ...
... of a screwdriver all the way over the filter. Now, don't use anything but the handle in the screwdriver to twist the filter. Students of automotive repairs figure out how to recognize basic terminology and read computer printouts of repairs which may be needed. A focus for the metric product is covered. Students will learn how to quickly and accurately identify mechanical defects and learn the skills and knowledge they ...
... arriving after the office closing time to drop the car off and they weren't answering their phones, but when we got there the place was flat out, and it was no prob to drop the car off. Repacked all our stuff and got a cab straight out the front, and arrived at the gorgeous Essex House. Staff are amazing and this building is beautiful. It looks like we have hit the jackpot on location again, we are going to go for a wander ...
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From Orlando, our next over night stop was to be Savannah in Georgia, but we were told by a number of random locals to make a slight detour in St. Augustine and at least have lunch. With another World Cup game on, why not huh??? What a beautiful little town, very colonial and well preserved. There is a large school here which breaths life into the town, as well as all of the bars, restaurant and massive marina. This was just ...
... also there. We chatted with the ever- feisty Dolly, the ninety plus -year-old Queen of the "Dam" Ship. She has been on the ship now for over 10 years!! (Yes Years!!) We finally met up with Karen and Morris and also a few other people we know. We dearly missed Fred and Georgette Wagner, Henri and Carol Ann, and Gene's mom, Suli. We also missed some of our other cruise mates from last year. We look forward to meeting new friends on board, and hopefully have ...