Vacation Village at Weston
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This is a nice complex with well kept grounds, pools and other recreational facilities. Our unit was a nice 1 bedroom unit on the 5th floor, everything was well kept and worked properly. The only downside is the location. It is on the western edge of the city and not too near anything of interest.
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This was a lost week. We left our condo in the Kissimmee/Orlando area at about 5:00 am to make the 3 hour drive to the Fort Lauderdale airport to drop Reese/Kristin and kids. We loaded the kids in with the bed down and let them sleep almost all the way. About 45 minutes out we stopped and set up the table and …
... kitted out for our next planned adventure; a road trip to the Florida Keys. Obviously after all this exertion we took a couple of days to recover :-) but that Saturday we packed up Rio and headed south. The drive down to Key West is well known for being very scenic and has featured in many films. The Keys themselves are actually an archipelago of small islands that stretch south from Florida into the Gulf of Mexico. The road consists of a series of bridges between the islands and for ...
... There is a private enclave called the Haven. The suites located there were sumptuous. There is a private pool, bar, lounge dining room, and sun deck with fabulous cabanas. It 's like taking one of my favorite small ship experiences and plopping it on top and in front of this mega ship. One never needs to leave : ) There is an ice bar, O’Sheehan’s Irish pub, an Italian restaurant, a Japanese restaurant, ...
... though it was self-service, there was a lady there to help everyone. She scanned our passports and gave us all six of our boarding passes. She then directed us back to the main American Airlines cue.
When we made it to the front of that line we were able to check our luggage. The agent asked if we wanted a wheelchair. Leslie declined. When we made it to the end of the first security cue Leslie saw the err of her ways. The line seemed to ...
... 5$) which we all declined. Once we had boarded the boat,
we did a couple of fast 1km runs in it – and then we looked at a range of bird
life and some wild alligators. Our captain (Captain Jodie) was very
entertaining and could handle the airboat with a great deal of skill. We
decided to finish off the day with a meal at Ruby Tuesday – which we all
enjoyed – even though there was far too much food for us to finish.