Sense Beach House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a cultural experience, unless you classify training amongst extremely self-assured meatheads and over-confident hipsters as 'cultural' or an 'experience'. Miami is full of both, but I guess that's what makes it Miami. It turned out our gym expedition allowed the perfect amount of time for Miss Jordan to finish her assignment. This meant our Miami exploration could commence! We trekked out to Oleta River State Park in North Miami where we ...
... never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller
“We are the strongest filter we can place on the lens. We always point the lens both outward and inward.” – John Paul Caponigro
Traveling is a brutality. It forces you to trust strangers and to lose sight of all that familiar comfort of home and friends. You are constantly off balance. Nothing is yours except the ...
... can get a partial refund of the unused portion of your ticket. Luckily for me, I hadn’t booked any further travel or accommodation for Colombia after arrival, so I didn’t loose out on anything or have to pay one night’s accommodation unnecessarily when I wasn’t going to be in Bogota. The other 5 people who also missed the flight, tried to get me to agree with them that I would be happy to get another flight leaving at 5pm with ...
We stayed the night at Titusville then early the next morning we drove to Orlando to embrace our inner child. When navigating through the hotel district of Disney World, old habits kicked in and I managed to drive down the wrong side of a street. Thankfully no other cars were around and nobody got hurt.
After leaving our luggage at our hotel we caught the shuttle bus to the Magic Kingdom. We hadn't planned it, but this day was the one day in ...
... women and being part of their restoration and reconciliation back into the GCU. It was so nice them coming in again. It meant a lot to us.
Keith came in early to say goodbye to us as well as give us a CD of Guyanese folk songs that have been recorded by a friend of his. We so appreciate him getting this for us. Something that really touched us this morning was him thanking us very specifically ...