Travelodge Fort Lauderdale Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... us, quite slowly but we had the most amazing weather. It was warm, mid 20s with a nice warm breeze. So we filled our days with walks on the decks, spin classes and hanging around on the back deck by the pool or on our veranda. I spent hours quietly reading and watching the sea and the sky change as the weather patterns changed across the ocean. Very relaxing and a time to mentally go over all of the adventures we have had over the past 2 months.
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Well, I am officially off to Peru! My flight leaves t-minus 2 hours... Unless this storm becomes an interuption. The flight last night went well considering I slept all night and woke up to a beautiful sunrise over Florida(too bad I was in the isale seat and can't share a pic). After landing, this girl Krista got coffee with me in the morning. Ironically, we sat in the same row and she didn't talk until the last 3 minutes where she proceeded to vent ...
Another day at sea. Coffee was delivered to our cabin and while sitting on our balcony in robes, this beautiful double rainbow appeared!! My crepe cooking class was fun. We made 3 types including Suzette. Yum. They used buckwheat flour. One was flavored with cardamom and saffron. Dad is working ******* his accounting class, but wifi is ...
Showered, dressed and packed ready to go I gobble down the last of the jalapeņo and cheese bread I'd bought from Subway the other night, with the cup of tea I'd picked up at Starbucks before we stumbled upstairs, then made our way down to the lobby to wait for the limo to take us to the airport. It was a pretty quiet trip to the airport with all of us trying to stay awake! I had already checked in online 24 hours ago so just a quick baggage ...
... We saw several cruise ships headed south and many cargo and oil ships. We paralleled the coast of Cuba most of the daylight hours.
Annie kept busy with a wine tasting and a class on making animals out of towels. I watched a movie I’ve had on my iPad for months and never got to. Like I said, it was a quiet day.
We enjoyed a fantastic final dinner with Roger and Marilyn at the Pinnacle Grill. Too much food, but it was a perfect setting to end our cruise.