Mizner Place at Weston Town Center

1775 Bonaventure Boulevard, Weston, Florida, 33326, United States | 3 star villa
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This 3 star villa, located on 1775 Bonaventure Boulevard, Weston, is near Flamingo Gardens Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary, Bonaventure Country Club, Markham Park, and Broward Mall.
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    Travel Blogs from Weston

    February 7, 2014

    A travel blog entry by premiertravel on Feb 07, 2014

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    What a crazy 24 hours! We arrived in Florida and first thing the next morning we drove to Miami to experience the newest Norwegian cruise ship- the GETAWAY. It has 16 decks, and capacity for 3,800 guests.  We were able to go directly to your stateroom, 13138.  Nicely appointed with a very comfortable bed.  The balcony is quite small, but the newly designed bathroom makes up for that. To our shock, this was an ALL inclusive event ...

    Two cultures, one trip

    A travel blog entry by 2012mrussell on Apr 05, 2013

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    ... the Hacienda houses so many and is in direct contact with nature. In Ecuador there is a culturally-acceptable form of sexism called "machismo," which glorifies the macho-man; because of this the men in our group were often given more strenuous tasks than the women, but at least I was allowed to use a machete! Each day after work we've gone to the beach for a few hours. The beach here is so different than the beach at Fripp. The water is ...

    The hard sell

    A travel blog entry by barryc1 on Dec 19, 2012

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    Today we were provided with a 'free' breakfast and a $20
    airboat ride for the six of us. The catch? We had to sit through a timeshare
    ‘information session’ and then endure a high pressure sales pitch. For some
    reason, they targeted Brad and Michelle – I would have thought that Deb and I
    would have been a good target, having already purchased into a time share. They
    did seem to be impressed with the Disney Vacation Club – which ...

    The Bird is the Word

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Mar 02, 2012

    ... I dashed to the gate and asked for standby seats. There were plenty except none for my fare class (cheap ass). The solution was to pay a $150 surcharge which I of course declined and walked away. It wasn't 20 steps into the MIA maelstrom, when I thought better of that $150 (kind of gives you some insight into my opinion of MIA) So I accepted the offer and ...

    Day Three - Getting on the Big Ship

    A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 24, 2011

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    ... trip!

    One of the first things the crew does when everyone is on board is to have a muster at your station. It is used to show the people on-board where to go to get on their lifeboats if the ship starts to sink. They made Gabby put on a green wristband. The crew uses it in an emergency to quickly get younger kids to the correct muster station if they get separated from their parents when the ship goes down. Gabby was very unhappy that she ...