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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Joe & Georgia treated us to lunch
at the Captain's Tavern followed by an afternoon admiring Chihuly
blown glass sculptures at the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. This
was a spectacular day roaming around beautiful sculptures, trees,
flowers and butterflies
- March 10 Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden: 25.677080, -80.274727
... sich wegen des nicht vorhandenen WLANs erst nicht öffnen ließ, beweisen konnte, dass ich einen Rückflug hatte und nicht illegal nach Bolivien einwandern wollte. Nach einem kleinen Nervenzusammenbruch ließen sie uns also doch einchecken und es konnte endlich losgehen.
On the 31st December we went to Miami for celebrating new year's eve there. We met my family for lunch in Miami beach but it was not that easy to get there because ...
... was blowing like crazy and rain threatened. Fortunately we weren't dumped on.
After that we headed to the airport - early because we were told traffic was bad. What an understatement! It took forever to get to the airport but we were there in time to drop the Beather. They made their flight in good time and are safely home.
... didn't pack the Hazelnut Kahlua in your carry on"!!! Poor guy, he was devastated but the TSA agent looked happy you could see the "party at my place" expression as she took it out of the bag! Not sure if I mentioned this in my entry on St Thomas but we had bought the Kahlua at Mountain Top there because it looked so yummy, we've never seen Hazelnut Kahlua before, and it was only $18 for a huge bottle. I gave him a bad time about that as we walked away and said ...
... guidelines. We also had a traditional Ecuadorian lunch (chicken, rice, tomatoes, and beets) and went out to a crepes and waffles place for dinner. Early Wednesday morning we took a flight to San Cristobal Island in the Galapagos! From the airport we took taxis (white pick-up trucks since the terrain is so rough) to the Hacienda Tranquila. Hacienda Tranquila houses groups and individual volunteers interested in helping reconstruct ...