Travelodge Fort Lauderdale Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... after finishing all that physical therapy following her surgery. Barbara stayed in the water for a while longer. She met several people from Maryland that were on a destination wedding cruise. The woman's daughter is getting married on Wednesday on St. Thomas at Magen's Bay beach, how very cool. A little while later Barbara got out and came to the lounge to dry off and read her Nook. There was a couple sitting next to Barbara that we overheard speaking French. It turns out they are ...
... and then leaving it again, we found the way quite easily. Our hotel seems like a carbon copy of our last two, with the same all style American breakfast served each morning.
We considered seeing the sights of the city but since none came to mind, we relaxed in our hotel instead. Since the weather wasn't that agreeable, our huge daily excursion was a walk across the street to buy a battery charger (whoops - I left ours at home), and Wendy's for lunch. How great was it ...
... to be together 24/7 for over 4 months in Europe and then there's when we get back to the US.... but I won't get ahead of or scare myself.
Anyways...... Driving away from Dan with "our" cruise ship in my rear view mirror was a very rough moment. I turned the corner and allowed myself to cry for a few minutes, then I put myself back together and drove back home to Fort Myers with only one thought in my head: "9 more weeks until I am there."
I have had ...
... Boy - what large serves they were – neither of us could finish our meals. The waiter came up and said "Are you ready to look at the Cheesecakes?" oh no – there’s no way we could fit anything else in.
We thought we would catch a bus back but didn’t see any at all until after the third last bus stop – we gave it a miss – not worth it at all and besides I didn’t feel like I had walked off lunch.
All up, we walked about ...
... and Mr. Gary
We would like to feature each student for our last blog.
First, the ending to our fictional story, by Chris Fonte.
I traveled to the Twin Craters with fear in my soul. The canyon was steep and I knew a way back up would be treacherously difficult. As I laid my foot on the solid ground that lay in the crater I began searching cautiously. I discovered a cave hidden beneath brush and trees. On entrance ...