Holiday Inn Express & Suites Fort Lauderdale Airport South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... close and the woman wouldnt give up where the nearest one that would be is. A guy working there who i pressumed was her son told us there is one up the street. This was also closed though. I remembered there was a 24 hour one we past last night when we got off the trolley so we ended up going there. By now we have been walking around in a big circle with our washin bags for about 45 minutes!!! Must of looked like right minkers! We get ...
... We also needed to pick up a number of things for the boat. This is where all my years of armchair sailing is coming into play. With the exception of the liferaft we’re pretty specific about the items we need:
Watermaker - Spectra Cape Horn Xtreme
EPIRB - ACR Globalfix iPro
Satphone - Globalstar 1700 (likely changed in 12 months to Iridium)
SSB - Icom 802
... The costumes were Vegas worthy and the African portion of the show was amazing. Today is Sunday. We will be docking in the Grand Turks in an hour. We have booked a cheap tour into town. The weather is warmer. We should have considered swimming. (: One thing I like about this cruise line is that they have services covering most faiths. I overslept today but liked the fact that I could have gone to church. That's all for ...
... upset passengers.
To calm everyone down, the gate agent announced that the search was on for a new crew. They needed to find two pilots as well as four flight attendants. The new departure time was listed as 00:00. That was enough to calm people down and disperse them from the counter.
A few minutes later they announced they would give each of us a meal voucher for dinner. I ended up being third in line. I got ...
... source of the economic engine that drives the towns along this route, the pilgrims from other parts of the world that don't understand the tradition. Most of the towns completely shut down between 11am & 4pm. On top of that, many restaurants didn't start surving dinner until 7:30 or 8:00pm. Most of the albergues we stayed required lights out at 10:00pm, which made eating and getting back in time difficult ...