Second leg beginning

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That’s the Fort Lauderdale port as seen from our balcony. The Royal Princess parked, we prepare to move rooms. 

The above is a dawn photo . . .

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That is an odd-looking ship.

This next shot is what the view is (was) from our spacious balcony . . .

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. . . and this is looking forward from the railing . . .

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. . . also showing a better view of that odd ship . . . It is a yacht transport ship.

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So, here’s our new, larger room . . .

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. . . Including our smaller balcony . . .

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These next shots show the view from our balcony.

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. . . and the view straight out . . .

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We will console ourselves for the smaller balcony with some gelato.

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. . . plus a bunch of other food.

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11 Responses to Second leg beginning

  1. sandra getgood says:

    That looks very nice indeed. Enjoy!

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  2. mvschulze says:

    Know the scene pretty well. Stayed at the Pier Sixty-Six (Hyatt) visible in one of your pics. a few times. Nice stateroom! M

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    • disperser says:

      Ft. Lauderdale is larger and busier than I thought. The Hyatt was one of the options, but we stayed at a place my sister-in-law recommended (Holiday Inn Express), and it was fine. Almost anywhere there is close enough to both the airport and the port.

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  3. Look luxurious. Can’t wait to hear more.

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  4. Nice rooms and views!
    Glad you have a second leg!
    Enjoy!
    HUGS!!! :-)
    PS…too bad they don’t have enough food! ;-) :-D :-P

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  5. AnnMarie says:

    No matter what you may encounter that is not up to par, you always have this spacious and beautiful stateroom to retire to!

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