Holiday Inn Express and Suites Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... USA's 27th State. In its more distant past it was inhabited by the Tequesta Indians in the 16th century. Spanish explorers brought disease, including smallpox with them, which wiped out the Indians. It has the world's 2nd busiest cruise terminal (after Miami). Fort Lauderdale is named after a series of forts, in turn, named after Major William Lauderdale. It's known as 'The Sunshine State'. _______________________________________ _______________________________________ ________ ...
... sure did leaving a good scribble - WOO HOO
I: New Orleans - Louisiana
We left Mobile early the following morning and we reached New Orleans in the early afternoon, checked into our colonial hotel on the outskirts of the French Quarter and made haste for yet another USA World Cup game. What another cracker of a game, and a good introduction to New Orleans and Bourbon Street. Bourbon Street is exactly as describe by anyone that has ever been there, full ...
... into us. Our next stop was The Sanctuary – prices from $20 - it does look like a lovely place to relax and was set up over two decks - not a lot of space which accounts for its set up – the Cabanas were on the higher deck.
Back downstairs and through an undercover pool area – The Lotus Pool ??? - and then down the stairs to the Atrium which while smaller than most of the Princess ships we’ve been on actually ...
... and grabbing some lunch at TGI Fridays we have about 4 hours to kill before we board we are still hopeful our flight will be cancelled extending our trip. We walked from one end of the terminal to the other and now were tired. We arrived at our gate and are waiting patiently for our flight. We see there are at least 3 people on standby. Maybe we will get lucky and get bumped. Well our flight is delayed but only ...
... the spot. After lunch we slowly explored the area on the way back to the hop on spot. The return journey took us past the venue for one of the worlds largest boat shows, preparation for it was underway - this explained the ship full of boats moored next to the Veendam - they were being shipped form Europe for the show. An easy day, in a very glitzy part of the ...