Bali Hai Motel
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... s engineering skills are picked up by a major elevator manufacturer and suddenly he is trotting the globe fixing problems, ending up in Fort Lauderdale.
If I look back on my life I can identify 6 individuals who shaped me into the person I am, maybe 6 seems like a lot, but each or collectively gave me a basic skill set that I made my own. Here they are, presented in no particular order or importance;
- Dan Merrills, home room ...
... of the Spanish. You may recall that the U.S. Battleship Maine was blown up in Havana Harbor back in 1898 prompting the conflict known as the Spanish American War. Just in case, the U.S. Government built a temporary fortification to command the channel. Fort Brickell never saw action.
Now, the place is overrun with very high dollar condominiums along the waterfront of Biscayne Bay which is a federally ...
... also there. We chatted with the ever- feisty Dolly, the ninety plus -year-old Queen of the "Dam" Ship. She has been on the ship now for over 10 years!! (Yes Years!!) We finally met up with Karen and Morris and also a few other people we know. We dearly missed Fred and Georgette Wagner, Henri and Carol Ann, and Gene's mom, Suli. We also missed some of our other cruise mates from last year. We look forward to meeting new friends on board, and hopefully have ...
What a difference a day makes. Today when we walked outside to test the temps, it was very cool, hoodie time. The breeze was no longer a breeze but a strong wind. The temps were in the 60's but the good thing is that the sun was on our backs.
After breakfast, we headed out to walk to Las Olas which is a boutique, cafe lined street. We always enjoy walking around and eating. The walk over was ...
... world and was able to get my hands on a beer immediately. Talk
about hospitality! The first night staying in my new "home" was interesting to say the least. The house holds 13 people, one girls dorm and 3 for the guys. Not that I've ever lived in a frat house, but I could imagine it's something like this, adding in the cultural differences (which always prove for a good laugh). ...