A Little Inn By The Sea
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... pastor Rick announced the church was going to jeremie, Haiti to work with the united Methodist church there. The call was out, who would go? After much prayer and pondering, Jim and I decided we would answer the call from God and go to Haiti. We've packed, raised money, ordered matching t-shirts and thus began the process. As I write this first blog, I am sitting in the Miami airport waiting to catch ...
... on a projection screen and listened to instructions. I wonder how things will be in an actual event. I got an idea when passengers tried to make their way to their cabin after the drill. That is a lot of people I thought. Hope it is not like this everyday. Found my cabin 7299 after exploring a few of the decks (not intentionally). My cabin mate for the week was Abu who owned an agency in Toronto. We both needed some rest after a long day, before ...
... that they can still tell us their favorite parts of the show! After that I went with Marty to the Improv show. Quite funny!! We decided to make ourselves the biggest nalgene full of our fancy vodka drink, and that may have aided and abetted the sleep happening easily!! A GREAT DAY!
Tomorrow? We hit our first island: St. Maarten! Saaaa-wwweet! MUST-FIND-WATERWINGS!
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Miami and the surrounding area was originally occupied by the Tequesta Indians about a thousand years ago. The Spanish arrived in 1566 and established a colony here. Miami, however, is not that old and was only incorporated as a city on July 28, 1896 with a population of just 300. Since then it’s grown rapidly both in population and economically and is now considered the richest city in the USA and the fifth richest in the world. After Castro came ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews A Little Inn By The Sea Lauderdale by the Sea
Enthusiastic reviews lured me to this totally so-so and overhyped motel. This is an "inn"? Give me a break. Our room was dirty and had a NOISY air-conditioner. Breakfast food was inedible. I didn't find it to be as awful as some other reviewers but it is definitely not the little paradise some people have found it to be.
My wife and I first encountered this hotel in 1995 - at that time it was very clean and well kept. We decided to return with another couple for 5 days in October 2003. When we arrived we could not believe how the place had deteriorated.
Little Inn Is Dank and Dirty
I live in Fort Lauderdale and have friend coming from out of town. I thought it would be fun for us to stay at nice ocean front hotel instead of my house. I read Fodor's review of the "Little Inn". It sounded perfect-a home away from home-on the ocean. So, today I stopped by to look at a couple rooms. OMG!!! If the "Fab 5" had to fix this place and its rooms!! They would quit their jobs! The rooms smelled of mold. There were dusty plastic plants in the common areas. The AC was rusty. The walls were covered with the worst 70's tropical pattern.. It is truly Old Florida: tacky and dirty. After seeing 2 rooms I left feeling gross. I found a lovely room at the Villa Caprice for not much more $$. VERY clean with smart style.
My husband and I stayed at the Little Inn in May 2003 for our 11th Anniversary.Hotel room was fair. We were on the 2nd floor and obviously placed in a room that was not part of the renovations that I'd read about somewhere else. Room had a musty smell, did not have enough lighting so it was dark, had washed out canopy over our bed, unpatched holes in the walls, petrified, dusty plants and dirty chairs on the balcony.Staff were very pleasant and helpful, though.Be prepared! Wackky (double) parking situation is unusual but it obviously works.Location was great! You could walk down to a lot of bars and restaurants near El Mar and Commercial Blvd.Nice patch of beach with free chairs. Really calm, clean water. Be warned: Depending on time of year when you go, and time of day you get out at the beach, it might be difficult to find an available beach chair."Upscale", continental breakfast was a disappointment. Seemed like a regular continental to me. Each day there was pastry, fruit, juice, tea & coffee.All in all, we found a lot to do outside our room so we only went to the room to sleep, shower or rest.Very pleased with the entertainment/recreation choices available in Lauderdale by the Sea
Relaxing, Quiet, Great location, Quaint
Right on the beach with old Lauderdale charm in quaint Lauderdale by the Sea area. Pool surrounded by lounge chairs & palm trees. Felt like a family run place with large open area indoors where free continental breakfast buffet is served 8-10 a.m. Free lounge chairs on the beach to use (some hotels charge rental). Room had lovely seaside decor (no bland hotel rooms here) & felt homey. An inn preserved nicely from the days before high rises took over.
Can i stay forever
wonderful friendly people, clean and nice sized rooms, sooooooooo relaxing, if you want some excitement ft lauderdale is close by...it is like your home away from home...we have been here several times and looking forward to returning.
this place is great good rooms great family staff. we have been staying there for many years now.
We LOVE this place!
I am 16, and my family has been back here for what will be our 4th time (we're leaving in 11 days to spend winter vacation there!) There are so many places to go, but I am lazy and just sit on the beach 24/7. The hotel man (Victor) is SO nice and everyone there is very hospitible. Even though last year had bad weather I still had fun.