America's Best Inn Ft. Lauderdale - South
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... eat. We found several bars, but none of them were serving food. We headed back to a place we passed that served gyros, and then back to the hotel. By this time, it was about 2:00am, and we were both super tired, so nighty night, and adventure awaits ...
... 250 million. It is a biiiiig boat. You can lease it for a week for a mere $1.3 milion.
Late morning we headed down to the beach for some sun & surf. It's breezy again today but it's a warm breeze and we are thankful for it as without it I think it would be quite hot. After a couple of hours on the beach Denise and Mat have now got some sun burn to deal with. Mat already had some sun burn from yesterday but ...
... 8217;d arrange to have it dropped off straight away.
Took a 30 minute walk along the river, which was quite pretty, and although it was still early, by the time I got back to the hotel I was dripping with sweat and had to take another shower. Good news - my bag has finally arrived! I celebrated by brushing my teeth.
Caught the first water Taxi from Stop 3 at the end of 9th Street, which is just a couple of short blocks from the Riverside. This is like ...
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... to think that there was nothing to this ocean cruising.
Silly us. Foolish us. Naive us. It ended up being one heck of a ride and surely one that we will not forget for a long, long time. Turns out that although the rains did not hit us, the storms that missed us energized the winds causing them to escalate to 20-30 mph, with some gusts in excess of 40 mph. And what do you think that type of wind does to the waves? Our two to three foot waves turned into five to six foot ...