Travelodge Fort Lauderdale Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... enjoyable. We saw some huge mansions and very large yachts as well as some pretty flowers and plants.We did not realize that Fort Lauderdale had this type of water-way system. It was a fun way to spend some time.
We left the downtown area and headed for our hotel, the Quality Suites in Deerfield Beach. It was very nice and although just off the highway exit, it seemed quiet. Our ...
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Called Spirit first thing in the morning and the guy I spoke with said my bag would be on the next flight from Panama to Fort Lauderdale, which isn't supposed to arrive until 8.50 tonight. Luckily I ponied up for the Copa flight! Hopefully I'll have all my worldly possessions back by this time tomorrow. I can either get a taxi out to the airport and pick it up from the Spirit office which would cost about $40 ...
... 6 lane highway. Still humid and hot, we walked along the beach. The sea this side was a shipping lane, you could see quite a few big tankers in the distance. We finished off our stroll along the promenade, looking for somewhere to have a drink. Bahai Cobana patio bar seemed inviting, so we crossed over to find it was part of the Days Inn accommodation. This didn't stop us going in, it had a rustic boardwalk look and overlooked the marina and our hotel across the water. As it was hot, ...
... s all we wanted to do, go to TGIs and get some draught beer. And it was good! We thought about the usual boat and bus tours but although we'd acclimatised to the southern heat in New Orleans, the humidity in Miami was draining so we rented a car and headed ...
... the beach and spend some time there. Jumping on the buses was easy with the locals more than happy to help us, and even directed us to the nearest diners, 'Denny's'. We both tucked into some pancakes covered in maple syrup, along with bacon and sausage.. As they say, 'When in Rome'. Hopping back onto the bus we stopped at a lovely beach for some early morning rays, in the hope we wouldn't get burnt! ...