Sadigo Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... preventing the unloading of the incoming aircraft we were going out on. Got away about 15 minutes late. Marie had a spare seat next to her even though the computer said it was unavailable. The plain had WIFI but it was $9 an hour so i didn't use it but deleted a few photos from the zoo. Arrived in Miami at 6.35 local time (5.35 Louisiana). $32 cab fare to Seagull Hotel South beach. Old and daggy but comfortable.
Went to Concierge to ask ...
... hits, Miley Cyrus, One Direction and Flo-rida. We spent the afternoon on Lincoln Road, which is a "street mall" similar to 3rd street in Santa Monica. We bought some souvenir **** and some necessities and went to some art galleries and cafes. After that we continued to the Holocaust Memorial. It was shockingly beautiful and very emotional. It was erected by a small group of holocaust survivors in 1990 as Florida, ...
... can go up to 1-yr without eating. We took an airboat ride through the Everglades, the driver tried scaring us doing 360o donuts in the murky alligator invested waters ....made it more exciting. There was a snake handling demonstrating, again interesting to see the different colours and sizes of snakes, David got ...
Today was the first of many road trips for the next week or so. We collected our Ford Fiesta from the hotel then headed back to Orlando Premium Outlets to collect some more Christmas gifts. We headed onto the turnpike from Orlando to Miami over 300 miles on a strait road! Lots of good tunes and conversation to keep the drive ...
During the day, the last day with the kids, we had to pack the kids bags and clean the cabin. We also as lifeguards, had to take down the inflatables and clear up the lake and pools. It was a pretty boring day, and felt weird that it would soon be the time to leave. All day people had been warning us, that the evening activity was emotional, as it was a closing ceremony for camp. We all went to Olympic hall and had the last campership. People got torches, like in the ...