I have my favorite spots in San Juan, Toronto and Miami but one of my first experiences eating an empanada is at Argie Grill in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Fort Lauderdale, more specifically Port Everglades, is known as being one of the busiest cruise ports in the world. But even if you aren’t about to embark on a weeklong Caribbean cruise, you can still sail these local waters of Florida by taking a ride on the Fort Lauderdale Water…
Located a short 20-minute drive North of Fort Lauderdale, this fabulous area is known for upscale living, and great beaches proved to be the ideal place for our crazy group of longtime friends that we call family.
There are quite a few deals that should be on your radar but remember that your criteria should also include the type of cabin, itinerary, ship amenities and promotional incentives or spending credits. Do some research with a major online cruise agency, and you will find a terrific deal that matches your cruising criteria.
When we plan a trip, we always check flight prices from both Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF) because you just never know which is going to have the better value.
Whenever I’m in a location where there is great latin cuisine like Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, I set out in search of the best empanadas.
Just thinking about relaxing on sandy beaches, a family adventure in the theme parks, embarking on a cruise ship to the Caribbean islands, hitting the golf courses or March Break celebrations in Florida is enough to make you smile.
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