The Bridge at Cordova Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Bridge at Cordova Boutique Hotel Fort Lauderdale
And not a big box hotel, and not a business hotel. Nice people. Nice location. Quiet!
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... that at any moment you could hit something under the water and be ejected from the boat (and gobbled up by alligators of course!!). Luckily that didn't happen. It was really cool to glide through the tall grasses. At the end of the ride the captain was so impressed with how well behaved Riley was that he let him sit in the captain's seat with the headphones on to "drive" the boat. He also gave the kids some rare shells he found in ...
... and obviously some tours, but only 120 people were on tour, about 900 disembarking and 1000 embarking so a busy day. We had a lovely time catching up on gossip with our friends and a very nice lunch at the Blue Moon Fish company, and two pairs of new shoes so a great day!!! Our two new table companions are another two Brits leaving at Los Angeles to make way for two friends of ours who will join us for LA to LA round ...
Today was actually a lot more interesting that I thought it would be Nothing would ever beat yesterday's experience but today came pretty close. First I visited the Miami Art Museum http://www.pamm.org which is located in Downtown Miami Florida, at first I thought it would be boring but it was far from it, I learned a lot about the Miami culture and art history. I went on a tourists adventure with about 25 other tourists ...
... future again in germany. A half an hour away from their house was the Everglades safari Park where we made a big Everglades airboat tour. We saw a lot of Alligators, wild bird's and on the end we could even hold a 4 year old Alligator in our hands. At 2 we arrived in little Havana, a district of Miami, where we bought some cigars and had good Cuban food. Of course we wanted to go to south beach after that to see what it's famous ...
... like we had arrived too late to buy tickets from the official office so we did the next best thing and bought some used wristbands from the touts outside. We were ushered straight into the V.I.P area inside the arena. Or more accurately, gringo pen as quite a few people were shouting as we walked past. Everyone seems to dance at any given opportunity in Colombia, whether it's while serving someone in a supermarket or driving a taxi and this was no different.As dancing isn't exactly ...