America's Best Inn Ft. Lauderdale - South
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Diary of a suitcase After the way I had been severely handled boarding the ship, I was in some fear of my sister and I surviving departure. Already once, my sister had been badly compromised by a man in uniform who approached with menacing cutters and just snipped open her lock, rummaged through and taped her up. Her mistress wasn't impressed I can tell you. We knew things were coming to a head again when our humans suddenly began stuffing some weird hats, ...
... Hayley looked like the crumb of a peanut in comparison. This was going to be our home for the next week. Gosh, life is hard. The check-in process took some time, and involved quite a bit of standing in lines and then sitting to wait our turn to board the ship. It’s understandable since there are 6,000 passengers on the Allure. Like a good impatient couple, we still cussed the tedious process. We also may have pretended we were ...
... the Priority line.
Security wasn’t too bad, and we went right to the gate. Rob went to grab a few snacks, and we were boarding in about 15 minutes. I didn’t try for the upgrade to first class. Flight was uneventful, and we arrived in a snowy NYC on time.
At baggage claim, we checked our bags, and they were on our original flight. I decided to stay back and wait for them (they’re due to arrive at ...
... because of lateness for the correct queue. Also, since America is what it is, it is necessary to check in your bags again for connecting flights, possibly missing your flight and (in my case) spending 24 hours in Miami airport. At least after 4 hours spent getting my new ticket and waiting in 5 different queues to do so, they were nice enough to give me a cereal bar, a camp bed and blanket on a strict 5 hours only basis - *******s! Unfortunately (and it's a shame I have to be so ...
... weather cleared to reveal there were another 5 cruise ships including Oasis' sister ship "Allure of the Seas" in port. We cannot believe that another 20,000 passengers will depart this afternoon. We found the local Laundromat and managed to get all our clothes washed ready for our next destination, Austin Texas in 3 days time.
Florida boasts more than 3,000 hours of sunshine each year and a balmy 77 degree average ...