Southern Seas Resort and Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Southern Seas Resort and Hotel Lauderdale by the Sea
Travel Blogs from Lauderdale by the Sea
... met a bartender Rudy who has worked on Norwegian for 11 years and has two teenagers at home in the Philippines. Such a nice guy!!! We had an afternoon siesta and then headed out to the bars. It is Andrews goal to hit every bar on the ship and it turns out we haven't really been back to the waterfront which again well done Norwegian it is incredibly beautiful to b sitting in a bar on the ...
... the fact the city did not exist 100 years ago, it is now one of the most popular resort areas in the state. Fort Lauderdale has a population of over 151,000 of whom 15% are over the age of 65. As many as 15 cruise ships have departed from this port in a single day. Today, I think we are the only ship here. Three hundred people got off the ship today and almost that many embarked. We had to get off the ship to clear customs this morning. ...
... way of the future if Sea World gets around to reshaping its business one day. To be fair, you need to put the Sea World offering in context. All of us noticed the approach to wildlife and conservation in Florida is very different to New Zealand, lagging behind by several decades in our eyes. Half the state only exists because swamps were drained, and we saw vast tracts of swampy and forested land proudly being offered up for sale and ...
... that are that inconsiderate. Not long after I was woken up from that a baby started crying a few rows back, every body in the cabin went from settled and sleeping to well and truly wide awake. We got into the airport and followed the signs to the baggage claim that then put us on a train to then hop off and weave our way around. We were obviously the last ones to arrive at baggage claim as the carousel had stopped and our bag was the ...
... mornig. Had breakfast at the epic 11th st diner, everything about this place was great. Artdeco within an inch of its life. Such cool dudes, none of the over the top american tip-based service, just a genuine, freindly "hey, hows it going" and great easy going vibe. And so inexpensive -you could easily have a huge breaky here for $10 including coffee/tea. Wendy got the breakfast burrito (she rated as awesome) and I had eggs, sausages, toast and 2 types ...