America's Best Inn Ft. Lauderdale - South
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... enjoyed some breakfast while we coaxed the kids to eat theirs.
After breakfast, it was time to say goodbye to the ship. We made our way down to the gangway. When we arrived, we saw them hauling a passenger off the ship on a stretcher. There was an ambulance waiting for them on the pier. That's not a good way to end your vacation. We continued off the ship and found ourselves in a very long line to go through immigration. ...
... picture taken. The rooms were ready, so we went to our room, dropped off our carry-on luggage, and checked out the room and the balcony. I went to make a couple of hair appointments and then we went to lunch on the Lido deck. The Westerdam is the third Holland America ship we have been on, and the largest. It has all the same spots (Lido deck, Crow's nest, Exploration Bar, etc.) as the other ships, but not in the same places. It will take a bit ...
... more… I’m sure you get the picture right. What an insight this was… we never knew much about taxidermy but now we do ha ha ha
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We kept driving for many more hours and arrived in a small town called Mobile in the great state of Alabama. We knew that we needed to stay over mid trip and this was just the place for it. On route to our hotel we passed by ‘Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World’ store. Now for ...
... the instructor (Joe) was a Miami local who invited all of us to his flat that evening which had a shared pool overlooking the Miami waterfront and city line. I already felt that I was in paradise, drinking a vodka drink in a jacuzzi looking at the pretty city lights that shone out over the water. Joe had caught a lion fish whilst diving earlier that day so showed us how he removed the fillets. We were amazed when we realised that blood was still pumping round ...
... 8217;s Diner which is not far from the motel.
When we arrived at Lester’s, it was pretty well patronised which goes to show it’s popularity and the quality of its food.
We ordered - poached eggs and bacon with tomato and toast for Doug and I while Dean and Jean had eggs etc and biscuits and gravy. Our meal was very nice and so cheap - $4.99 each (plus tax and tip) for our meals … no wonder ...