Sun Tower Hotel & Suites on the beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Sun Tower Hotel & Suites on the beach Fort Lauderdale
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... the cabin and we had to land back in Calgary after a 45 minute flight. Once we were back in the airport, they moved us to a new plane fairly quickly. We took off again, but we were now two hours behind schedule and we were sure to miss our connecting flight in Houston.
Sure enough, we landed in Houston as our connecting flight was supposed to be taking off. The boys were awesome on the plane and ...
... guys were good enough to have us over for dinner (I felt bad because they didn't want us to bring anything), and it was great to have a home cooked meal instead of restaurant food.
As Stephen had an early flight the next morning, we didn't stay too late. On the way back to the hotel, we stopped at Walgreens to buy some preventative measures against sea sickness. To be on the safe side, we bought a wrist band and Dramamine, but I doubt we'll need either.
... mall with all the restaurants, big screens and sports shops there was nowhere showing the games and noone could even suggest anywhere we could go to watch it! At least we lost so it wasn't too sad to miss it! Soon enough it was time to head back to the airport and spent out second night in a row on a plane for our 3 hour jaunt back south to start the final leg of the ...
... that I realize what a great city it is, and how much I love the people and places there--my family, friends, beautiful, kind, thoughtful girlfriend, and the familiarity of my hometown.
Travelling is great. However, I've yet to find a place on Earth where I fell more deeply and genuinely at home than the Twin Cities. Though, I think one day Israel might beat MN out for the title. Yeah, we may not have the weather. Nor the palm trees ...
... about four minutes to check-in (assuming they had completed the pre-check-in process), which included taking a quick photo of each passenger and creating the ship pass cards. These cards serve as room keys, ship entry/exit IDs, and for on-board services.