Hotel Lush Royale
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... a car. It was the first time we have driven since December.
After four days in Fort Lauderdale, we hit the ICW again and headed to North Palm Beach, where we are currently residing. The cruise was not very long in terms of distance but the fact that we had to have 10 bridges opened along the way turned what should have been a five hour day into an eight hour day. The winds made it tricky to wait if we did not make a bridge opening. And those bridge tenders can be ...
... will not be the first off.
We found our room, bags arrived shortly after we did, everything in order. This is what the room looks like - we upgraded to a larger room the day, before we left
This is the little bouquet of flowers that I had delivered to Lynne on our arrival. I think Lynne is just now getting excited about the trip.
For our last day in Florida, yesterday, we decided to hang out at the condo. We packed and lounged. Nothing very exciting happened.
Dinner found us at a nearby restaurant, Chuy's Mexican Food. I started with a Pacifico beer. To start, our waitress served us some chips and salsa. The chips were warm and paper thin. They reminded me of the chips we used ...
... some hard work paying off.
Speaking of hard work, I have never worked so hard to get a job in my life. Everyday there's another piece to add to my list. However, now that my training is done, resume is up to par, and my web-site and business cards are complete life should start moving very fast. Registering with agencies has been very time consuming, and many require personal interviews. The first one was helpful in adjusting my resume ...
... we really hoped our luggage would be reunited with us without any hitch. The lady said they accepted "donations" for their service and as I expect everyone does, we paid a little, to ensure our luggage gets better treatment and joins us for the voyage. Thats what I hate about the USA, everyone wants a tip for doing their normal job. Its a decent system if its about rewarding good service but when its just expected, that sucks. Anyway, we proceeded through security ...