W Fort Lauderdale
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... so we would have to talk to them. Of course, United was in a different terminal and we were running out of time to get to the gate. Darrell got on the phone with ChoiceAir, who were very helpful, and they got them rebooked on a WestJet flight leaving that evening. Unfortunately, that was the earliest flight they could find to get them home. Now that Maureen and Allan had a flight home, we were forced to leave them and headed ...
... t get there. Perhaps tomorrow as we won't be leaving Fort Lauderdale as planned the winds are not settling down and I'm not interested in 8foot chop :-) So we will stay here another day, watch the super bowl somewhere and cruise on Monday.
I'm attaching a picture of our wonderful row of storage bins, we love the container store...yes I'm a geek!
... before going back. Once we got there we convinced Nathan to just ask how much it would be to get the tattoo done there, it was half get price so while Karen got her nose done, Nathan designed the tattoo, and I just sat there holding everyone's hands and taking photos. We jumped in a cab to of back to the hotel, that was interesting, he started taking us into the city so I jumped on google maps to see where the hell he was taking us, so Karen piped up and said we are going ...
... Chuck and Mary Smith. I had met Mary briefly in the past, and similarly with Chuck, so this was an awesome opportunity to get to know them. They fed us delicious food, and welcomed us (and Lola) warmly. We had anticipated spending a pleasant evening with the Smith's and then heading to Andy and Willa Diemer's winter home just north of where we were, but the conversation and company was so good, that we ...
... br> After we checked in which didn’t take long, we caught the elevator up to level 2, bypassed those pesky photographers and the long queue – we had preferred check-in hence we were quick - and then onto the Island Princess.
Once on board I was immediately struck as to how different the layout was. We boarded midships on Deck 6 and walked through the Casino and past "Facets" - the upmarket jewellery boutique on board. ...