Trump International Hotel & Tower Fort Lauderdale
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... of homes. (First Mate was keenly disappointed to not see a peacock on a roof. We did see lots of adorable, tame baby ducks as the island was populated by some domestic ducks). Captain and First Mate both agrred that Grove Isle was a swell place to recover from our memorable voyage from Marathon.
We decided that Fort Lauderdale would be our next destination. We were hoping to catch up with our sailboat friends who were just a day or two behind us but headed our way. As ...
... and Gary and I ate at The Place, the café below The Beacon Hotel where we stayed as it was complementary. After breakfast, the girls went shopping and Gary and I walked down the strip to visit the art deco gift shop. I could have spent a bit of money in this place; they had such fabulous pieces and artwork. We picked up a few souvenirs and headed back to the hotel to pack.
Today was the day of our Caribbean cruise, and we packed up the car once again for our ...
... 3 direct destinations into the US.
Lots of cultural stuff to do: You will never run out of stuff to do in Miami. Miami is filled with Art districts, museums, and outdoor events. http://www.miami.com/seeampdo/miami-cul ture
Close friends: Miami is home to some of my oldest and dearst friends. Nothing compares to those relationships built over the lion ...
... for the next 7 days. Probably one of the best feelings I have ever had.
We finally started to depart around 5 PM and we made our way to the rail to partake in the famous "Bon Voyage Wave". We were technically standing on the side that faced out to the water, so we didn't have too many people to wave to, but regardless, we still had a blast doing it!
Once we departed, we went back to our room, where we met Richard, who ...
... heaps of questions to keep her mind off the time - it worked for a while!!!
We are in the middle of ocean sailing for Haiti and will port there tomorrow around 9am. The water is so blue and calm that you can hardly feel the boat rock. From our deck, the waves look really small. However at lunch on deck 3, the waves looked so much bigger out the window. The 11 deck difference probably makes about a 40 meters difference ...