Canal Street Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Sean was interested in going to Pat O'Briens to try the Hurricane. The place has a large courtyard where the bar staff were more than enthusiastic to serve them. Truthfully none of us liked them that much, so Ted suggested Long Island iced teas which were better.
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... that I have overly stressed about and given Paul's penchant for wandering down dark alleys at night to get off-the-beaten track, I have made him promise that we will use taxis when getting out of the main tourist areas whilst here. Our plane companion advises NOT to get the public bus from the airport into the city and not to use the buses generally as they aren't all that safe. There has been nowhere in the world where we have caught a taxi from ...
... of tourists in Orlando and head West toward the Atlantic Coast. We drove past the place they launch the rockets in Cape Canaveral and saw the Kennedy Space Center. No launches that day...
It was a bit of a drive, especially amongst some pretty horrible drivers, but we finally made it down to Miami, home to some of the richest people in ...
... Redneck driver bought the boat to a stop on the side of a canal and bought out his baby gator from his cooler box. The first we knew of it, it landed on Bec's shoulder. We all spent some time holding it and not getting bitten by it. Whilst we were there, we were visited by another Gator looking for a feed. Redneck Craig tried to get the Gator to play, but it wasn't interested. So after an hour and a half on the ...
... a theater full of special effects. The forty-minute film gives a stirring view of the financial and political state of the globe as country after country was drawn into WWII. The impact of the film is made with special effects through the vibrating seats, strobe lighting, props and buildings that rise from in front of the giant screen and snow flakes and smoke enveloping the audience. The global human cost is given center stage ...