Cheston House Gay Resort
Travel Blogs from Fort Lauderdale
... as one would expect - no oven, no Internet and old furniture - but what else can you expect for nothing.
We had a very good steak meal at a local restaurant - a 1 lb steak that filled the plate - add a good wine and the night was very well received.
No pictures today - nothing that stood out that was worth the stop
... also quite a long day, we went to the agencies and to buy groceries. We had drinks at the house and we all went to McSorley's. It's $20 all you can drink between 8 and 10... And the drinks are half booze, half mix so the result is pretty predictable. It was fun to party with all the housemates. We went to Dicey's and Off the Hookah, I fell on my knee eeek! Getting home was ...
... off to get my shore trip sticker.
There were no transfers included in my fares as I had booked everything independently so I had chosen to start off my travel day with a trip to Sawgrass Mills Mall which gave me a transfer to Miami Airport ...
... lady in my hiking boots at that point). He’d spent 60 years living in South Beach, and now hung out in this café trying to talk to people, his friends having left him behind when they passed. I wanted to stay longer and chat with Joe, I’m sure he must have stories of mafia gangsters and wild times in Miami but it was time for me to check in and get out of my travelling attire. Joe said “I hope to see you again” and if ...
... road ;-) and 5 min later I was at the Greyhound terminal.
For my old friends, I did the same thing in Lüdenscheid, Germany, going from A to B in a certain direction, until my friends remarked that we kind of turned around the hill? And yes, when we arrived, we saw the starting point 200 m a little further ;-)
So much about me and orientation!
So, finally, I got the Greyhound bus, arrived in Fort Lauderdale, found my bus ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed