Villa Venice Men's Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... or get Spirit to drop it off at the hotel for $20. Much as it pained me to pay Spirit anything by this stage, I just wanted my bag back.
I called the Everglades tour company and let them know I actually made it, but I was too late to make the morning trip. Luckily they had an afternoon tour scheduled for 1pm so I said I’d go on that one instead. Had an hour or so to kill so checked out the hotel pool (which is across the road from the back of the hotel) ...
I arrived at Fort Lauderdale airport around 5.30am, but wasn't fully out of the airport until around 8. I'm pretty sure this was the slowest entry into a country I have ever experienced. Once I got out, I really wasn't looking forward to waiting around and getting 3 buses, so I had a few cigarettes and wandered glumly to the bus stop, but I made a quick inquiry with the shuttle bus guys, and decided to wait for a shared bus into town, straight to my hostel. As it ...
... stay for the next two nights. When everything was arranged, we freshened up and went to look for a place to have dinner. We came across a diner that was famous for its burgers (yes, again), and was also showing the Oscars on a big screen. Eating a delicious truffle burger while looking at Bradley Cooper and Leonardo DiCaprio is pretty much all you need, needless to say that we stayed there all night. When the Oscars were over and our stomachs were filled with oreo cake dessert, ...
... for a narrated tour of Fort Lauderdale’s Intercoastal Waterways, the Venice of America. We cruised along Millionaires Row for an up-close view of celebrity mansions and luxurious megayachts, then down to Port Everglades where the cruise ships dock.
In the afternoon we headed to the International Swimming Hall of Fame. Built in 1965, it is a world class showcase for swimming with training facilities, museum ...
... by it! That being said the night we did go out was great fun with dancing girls and douchebag boys aplenty. We also visited Little Havana which was cool, watching the old men playing dominos and chess in the park, enjoying some authentic Cuban cuisine and visiting cigar shops. But overall we looked forward to getting on the plane to head ...