Sands Harbor Hotel and Marina Pompano Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Well it certainly has been a busy few days – too busy to write that's for sure.
Yesterday we drove to Pompano Beach from Kingsland, Georgia under beautiful sunny skies and we watched the temperature climb to 81. Our trip started with a car wash after seeing all the beautiful cars over the last three days. It was fun seeing all the place names that we knew from the ocean side of things four years ago. Of course things have changed in that time. ...
... I then hit Nassau for lunchie and then some shopping where I proceeded to buy out MAC cosmetics. OOps! Well not oops cause there weren't any taxes on the products so that was my excuse. Luckily Ken was a champ and let me play in makeup land whilst he wondered around. We then went around to some stores and got some colourful singlets and I also got a new bikini.
Anyway after lunch and shopping we ...
... your fish taco's suck! lol!!!
All fueled up and in happy happy surf land.. its time for us to head on down the road and find our little spot on Ocean Drive in South Beach. Now.... a word of advise... if you have all the time in the world to drive the #1 then do so... if you want to make good time and get to Miami... then cut over and take the 95. we did a little of both as we wanted to get to the hotel and get checked in for ...
... week journey experiencing those final 10 national parks beginning with the most remote and least visited, Kobuk Valley National Park, where I kayaked alone 80 miles through the park on the Kobuk River. My 58th and last national park was Hot Springs in Arkansas.
My fourth travel period launched Sept. 25 with a day in Tokyo, Japan. I went to Tokyo specifically so I could fly the Airbus 380 super-jumbo for the first time – in First Class ...
Today we went to The Cloisters of the Spanish Monastery and St. Bernard de Clairvaux Episcopal Church in North Miami Beach with Rick & Linda. The original was built in Spain in the 1100's and were occupied by the Cistercian monks for nearly 700 years. The Cloisters were seized, sold and converted into a granary and stable due to a ...