Staybridge Suites Ft. Lauderdale Plantation
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... each other. The business class product on the 777-300 is excellent. Lie flat seats, huge TV screen, Bose headphones, amenity pack, large pillow and blanket. We push back on time and are soon airborne and heading out across the south coast of England leaving land behind over Cornwall. The captain says it will be a smooth flight and for the most part it is. Some slight turbulence at times, captain bizarrely leaves the fasten seatbelt sign on for about 60% of ...
... access to the private Concierge Lounge featuring your own dedicated Concierge.
As their name implies, Veranda Staterooms feature a private veranda. Each of these 282-square-foot staterooms includes a plush seating area, refrigerated mini-bar, spacious closet and a marble and granite-clad bathroom with bathtub/shower and separate shower.
Deluxe Ocean View
... of having a larger size suitcase I bought pair of shoes.
The population here is 70% Hispanic, so most people speak Spanish, in fact all the people at the Mall seemed to, and Terry and I were very much in the minority, and the cause of some interest.
Miami is part of a huge metropolitan area of over 5 million people. It has a very busy container port, ...
... loads of birds. The sea lions are so funny because they just lazily flop around on the beach and wave at humans and pause in picture-perfect poses. I'm still hoping to see some turtles and blue-footed boobies. With the weekend comes our first full days off! We have plans to go snorkeling and hiking, so I'm awfully excited (although admittedly somewhat scared of snorkeling). I've made great friends so far, and I look forward to the coming ...
... is said to be strongly felt) beloved of the touchy-feely New Age hippy's who find their homes here. There are good views from here, then we descend through some upper class suburbia, taking photos down onto the town.
We head out of here, side tracking into the suburbs, then picking up a sign to the famous Chapel of the Holy Cross, built in 1956 on the side of the mountains. It is a pretty good bit of Frank Lloyd Wright type architecture, up against the cliffs ...