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nhraformula00

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  • Location
    chicago-burbs
  • Interests
    racing,
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    carnival
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    carribean

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  1. Everyone , PLEASE BE SAFE !!!!!
  2. Take a walk down the street to Hyatt Place while your at E.S. You will be amazed at how much nicer it is. Clean and no attitude.
  3. We have stayed at Hyatt Place 4 times, Hilton Marina 3, Renaissance 1, Four Point By Sheraton ( used to be Comfort Inn )2, Holiday Inn 1, Embassy Suites 1, Extended Stay America 1. This is the order of how we would pick to stay at if Hyatt Place is full.
  4. We have never had a problem with SAS and have used them 4 times.
  5. I would pick from these 3 in that order. All 3 are doable with Renaissance the nicest.
  6. I would book a later flight out and just spend some time in the 17th street area of Ft.Lauderdale. We grab a cab and go to the closest hotel and just ask them to hold our bags, $5. Then walk around, have lunch,ect. Head to the airport when you are ready, its a 10 min ride, about 3 miles. That airport can get real crowded if there is 5-7 ships in port that day.
  7. Hyatt Place is our go to hotel. We have been to just about every one of them on 17th street and rate it at the top. Hilton Marina tower rooms are also very nice.
  8. We always extend our trips an extra day or two on both ends. Flights are cheaper also.
  9. Stay in Ft.Lauderdale then use https://www.ridesas.com/ the morning of your cruise.
  10. You had better hope that the day you come into port that there are not 6-7 ships in port that morning. Way too many variables come into play. Many years ago we had a 1:30 flight out of FLL and were met at the airport by 1:30 security lines. Never again.
  11. Fort Myers Airport is really nice IMOP. Easy to get in and out of, and about 2 -1/4 hours to Ft. Lauderdale.
  12. This is what we were told a year and a half ago. Have not cruised since.
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