Staybridge Suites Ft. Lauderdale Plantation
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... Keys had been pretty lackluster so far. There is really only one main road to drive down and it has been so overly touristized that it wasn’t very pretty. All the nicer areas are only accessible if you pay to get into the parks or stay at the resorts so if you are there on a tight budget it is pretty ordinary. Key West was a bright spot of the Keys. The town felt like we were back in Cape Cod. Still touristy but with a beachier, personal, quirky feeling. ...
... shop and did little else! The next morning I made my way to the airport, headed for Washington, D.C. Jesus was a really great host and a lovely guy. He hosts a lot of people and clearly is very good at doing so! Miami for me was very relaxed, other than the beach, bars, restaurants and shops, there wasn't a great deal to go and visit. I'm sure if you went on a holiday here and partied it would be ...
... for being our teachers and friends on this trip. And to everyone else who went on this trip with me, thank you for making this an unforgettable experience. It wouldn’t have been the same without any of you. – Jake Lippi
I would like to thank all those who made this possible. First, I want to thank my parents for allowing me to take part in this trip of a lifetime. I was able to see breathtaking sites and experience amazing events. Also I ...
... a gospel song, but because of the traffic we couldn't really hear her until we were nearly on top of her.
On our return to the hotel we lazed around until it was time to go to the cruise ship terminal. It was the first time we really spent any time just hanging around, and, you know, the place does have a charm of its own. There are little lizards darting around, everywhere. I'm guessing they keep the bug population in check, because, despite the ...
... Copenhagen to Florida. After a leisurely breakfast with our new friends from Florida, David and Pauline we found a shady table outside on the ships stern. Our friends are English and after emigrating to Canada soon after marrying they moved to Florida about 10 years ago. They have done a lot of cruises and are off again in November. We decided to skip the a la carte lunch and stayed topside where we had a snacky lunch and chatted till it was time ...