Hidden Jungle Spa and Retreat

17210 SW 68 Court , Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fort Lauderdale

And so it Began..

A travel blog entry by brittanymcnulty on May 02, 2014

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... of well and this pattern seemed to continue right through. Our flight was scheduled to leave Saint John at 5:45 am. I said goodbye to my parents then made my way through security. Now the Saint John airport is not huge at all. There's one boarding gate and that's it. The gate is surrounded by glass, so even though I said goodbye to my parents, as soon as I went through security, I could see them again. So we waited at the gate for literally 10 minutes, then they tell us that the flight ...

Disembarkation at Lauderdale !

A travel blog entry by dougo on Mar 29, 2014

... while Doug had slow cooked lamb shank, yellow rice and red beans. Jean had a chicken dish and Dean had Tomales while Bill had a Cubana - a Cuban sandwhich.




We were completely full and waddled out to the car, said goodbye to Bill and then headed north to Titusville which is not far from the Kennedy Space Station.




The rain was heavy on the drive up there and both Jean and I nodded off in the back seat. Dean pulled into a ...

Miami-Brickell

A travel blog entry by camboulina on Dec 11, 2013

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... 0, 0); box-sizing: border-box;">As she flipped through the pages I saw my name flash by.
“That’s it! My name! Lina Camboulin!”
“Ohhhh! But you ‘ave made an appointment for ze passpore, not ze visa! You would like un passpore?!”At ...

Day in Ft. Lauderdale ended in double OMG

A travel blog entry by howardstein on Dec 08, 2013

... for dinner to Canyon Souhwest Grill in FL where we have previously had great good. Our starter was an enormous salad of roasted beets, goat cheese, oak lettuce ( like spring mix), candied pecans, green apple and red onion slivers with a sherry vinaigrette. We thoroughly enjoyed a Pinot Noir by Davis Bynum from Russian River in Sonoma. WOW. A very significant red that was marvellous with both tuna and filet mignon. The seared hunk of tuna (one ...

Getting Ready

A travel blog entry by kriswerd on Jun 10, 2013

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So here is the first entry in my blog. Just trying to get ready for the trip. So many things to do before leaving the country. Since this is the first time we have travelled internationally (except for the Caribbean) I have had a huge learning curve regarding ...

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