Studio 6 Ft Lauderdale - Coral Springs
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Hoping for a sunrise this morning, but very cloudy. Sunrise a bust, and no grits at breakfast. Striking out early. After breakfast we made a stop in the library for Donna's daily puzzles. I went to fight with the IT guy about resetting my password for the second time. Next cruise on this ship I will run a string from Ft Lauderdale. So far, it's semi-working. After that we did a little ...
... 24, but the woman said no, and then left. She came back in a minute and said that she would check with the manager about a discount. A few minutes later, a middle aged woman came to us and offered Joan a 10% discount...not much but something. Graeme asked the old woman for a wart remover and she took him down to the watch section.....I guess she understood that he wanted a watch remover. The next few hours was just a blur as we raced from one side of ...
It's crazy to think that I've only been here for a week... This week consisted of mainly walking around and introducing myself to agents. The competition is quite tough here, especially for newbies like me. Everyone says I should relax, on average it takes 6 weeks to get a permanent job. In the meantime it's all about networking to get daywork. Many people moved in and out of the house this week, and two got evicted... Oops! Today I'm getting 3 new ...
... these. Rather than putting the beer in kegs and serving it that way, the large serving vessel tanks were plumbed directly to the bar. This is a very cool feature! I'm surprised more place don't do this, and if they do, why i hadn't noticed before!
Overall, this is a very nice place with very average beer.
... Cell towers are everywhere and satellite dishes are on most homes. ATM's are everywhere, and on one street, I counted nine on one block. Signs in the Turkish language are being replaced with English words. Words like gaz for gas and otel for hotel have entered their vernacular.
One of the major differences I immediately noticed was how time was managed. Every thing is later. Meals are eaten later, and ...