Staybridge Suites Ft. Lauderdale Plantation
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... he said. Get to airport and check in my bags. Dont know how but the little colombian man who was sittin next to me got infront of me in the que even though i was inside the airport before him. Through security and i see this sandwich shop called Earl of Sandwich. Weird cause the other day was trying to remember the name of this sandwich shop me and Brodie used to go to in Aberdeen and it was Earl of Sandwich. At least iv got todays coincidence out the way early. There was ...
... did what you do on a rubbish day, and headed to an outlet mall! With the idea of snapping up some last minute bargains we wandered round the 'largest mall in Southern America' apparently. And if I told you we got lost about 4 times walking around, this might give you an indication of the size of it, or would it!? Still we found most of what we wanted and then hit the road, to prepare for our last night on the Miami South Beach Front. ...
... Image) it seemed like a good plan as I found a plan where I could get there by public transport. Even though I knew it would be 4 hours each way I thought it would be unlikely that I’d be coming back and being on a bus away from the sun (and fast food) wouldn’t be the worst thing for me! First it was time for fast food though :P Diego had given me some vouchers so this time I bought a salad so I wasn’t such a disgrace!
Anyway to stop blabbing on and ...
... acquired the property in 1973, the first restoration did not begin until 1983. Four years and $55 million later, the re-opening was celebrated at a black-tie event with 600 guests. A victim of a sour economy, the Biltmore closed for the second time in 1990.
Seaway Hotels Corporation, a multinational consortium, bought the property in 1992 and over a period of 10 years, undertook a second multi-million dollar restoration. Guest rooms were ...
... ridiculously strong long-island ice teas for $4) and then on to Americas Backyard (which is the ultimate stereotypical Miami club). From the waitress serving and dancing on the bars, to the abundance of party shirts, it was obvious I could definitely fit in here. Following a couple of drinks at both, we headed home, as we were getting up early the next day to go to South Beach. Things of Note: - Check out the video below of the African American dance troop that took over the bar. ...