Royal Pavilion Resort

3003 Viramar Street, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33304, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fort Lauderdale

Life Is Rough or Weird

A travel blog entry by lottyh


... and the fab-abs. Nor did we look at the schedule for the
learning game of bridge, mahjong, trivia and domino. There's
ballroom dancing, and line dancing lessons, and regular karaoke

As the sun was fading, we got ready for
early dining at 5:30 pm. There's always the entertainment to look
forward to at 8:15, repeated at 10:00 pm.

Tomorrow is our first port stop in
Puerto Limon, Costa Rica. We are ...

Last four days of the Everglades

A travel blog entry by daretoknow


... a bit of a confusing time emotionally and could not work out what my problem was. I did lots of writing and thinking during this time and I also talked to Brandon and Ohne too and some of what they talked about, and unrelated to my thoughts, seemed to trigger something. I slept on my problem and like most things I woke up and realised what I was doing or should I say not doing. Three months of meeting people, getting to know them and then having to say goodbye had ...

Planning, planning, planning

A travel blog entry by adpoor


... and a decent Internet connection for pasting stories into the appropriate day entries. There probably won't be many pictures until we get to Buenos Aires. Reviews of tour operators, restaurants, sights, etc. will be posted to TripAdvisor later, probably in December.

If you wish to follow the progess of our ship, link to one of the following sites:

Vessel ...

Blame it on the weatherman

A travel blog entry by martinedalziel


... I got home I was about to update my resume, when Wikus, our new SA housemate sent me a message on Facebook, telling me that the one boat Apogee needs dayworkers. Jo, Chelsea and I immediately got into a taxi and went to the shipyard. After a bit of a walk, we found the boat and got to work. My first proper day of daywork... This consisted of only polishing the galley... It took four of us 5 hours and we still haven't completed it. It is a ...

Shop, Beach, Eat, Sleep - Must be in heaven!!

A travel blog entry by captain-slog


... in the room, I collected a cold beer, and beach accessories. I was off to the ocean which is a mere 100 yards away. I splashed out on a sunbed and parasol and was given a spot right in the front line, nothing between me and the breakers.


This hotel, located in the East Fort Lauderdale area of Fort Lauderdale, is near Las Olas Boulevard, Bonnet House Museum and Gardens, and The Gallery at Beach Place.
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