Towneplace Suites By Marriott Fort Lauderdale Weston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Fitness/Health center
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Sunday February 1st We took a drive to Everglades National Park and did a boat ride in the glades and then we drove back on alligator alley and we did see lots of alligators. The young guy that was our guide for the boat ride in the glades was very nice and pretty knowledgeable. One lady asked him what it was like here in the summer and he said UNBEARABLE with the sand flies, mosquitos, and deer flies. Today no flies so it was great, saw a ...
Saturday Jan 31st
I have tried several times to update my blog but the internet has not been strong enough. Here we go, I have lost everything I typed several times
Life is great, today I wore shorts and for most of the day it was sunny and warm
Around the 22nd we went to St. Augustine - the oldest community in Florida and it has the oldest fort. We had fun touring around the fort and the community. The walls of the fort ...
Following a week of rain the sun finally broke through and just in time for our visit. The plan .... To spend as much time as possible in the pool and taking in the sun rays. It was just what JC needed a real restful holiday. Breakfast / sun / pool / lunch/ and sun...... Repeat daily ...
... Diner. Another must do crossed off the list. Plus I hadn't had Chipotle sauce, and Terry can't get enough apple pie and ice cream. Then we got back into the Charger and went cruising down Ocean Drive!
There is only one thing left for us to do, and that is the Everglades, which we will hopefully visit tomorrow.
... talk about, and this is a trip that we know we cannot think about in solely rational terms or as an intellectual game. We have to think about this with our hearts and as a country full of people with their own stories that they want to have told. We also talked about how hard it will be to tell those stories in America and to Americans who don’t have the experiences that we will have had by the end of this trip. The words we ...