House of Sea and Sun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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Jan again - We woke up this morning to find that there is a 2 hour delay for school. Apparently northern parts of the county had a bit more ice than we did. Since we were planning to pick Piper up early from school anyway, we decided not to send her at all. She wouldn't be there long enough to be counted present. I made bacon and cheese scones in my new scone pan for breakfast ...
... north. Trish wowed us with 3 holes in one at mini putt and despite this being our fourth round, we placed 3rd and 4th. We have a 100% record for a guest winning a free game!
We also got a consulting job while we were here, which was great because we were indoors a lot anyway. We both enjoyed working for a living, despite having to be up and dressed for Skype sessions by 9AM some days.
We have been unable to resist the ...
... early, figuring that is a sure-fire way to get our luggage lost, so we decided to go to the movies. There was a theater 1 mile from where we were so we saw "Kingsman", humorous and passed the time, but not an Academy Award Winner for sure!
Started South again. We arrived at the Miami International Airport about 7pm. It took us about 1 hour to drop the rental car off, check in at American Airlines (remind us never to ...
... nearly a million dollars (in today's money) for the entire four month's stay. We toured the original lobby and rotunda of the hotel, the fabulous dining room with its Tiffany stained glass windows (the largest collection of Tiffany glass in the world and insured for over $40 million), and the ladies' salon. The rooms are fabulous. The guest rooms where these wealthy people stayed are now the women's dormitory for ...
... tour was a bit pricey so we opted out, plus chatting to the lady at the booth told us most of what we needed to know anyway. We went into one shop looking for a cowboy hat for Alex, alas nothing made in the USA (the nearest was Ecuador) plus at over $80 a pop I put my foot down, that little splurge will have to wait!!
Feet and minds thoroughly exhausted, we headed back on the road to our next stop...