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... I said I hoped she was Canadian. The movie offerings are actually good this time. I want to see Philomena and Fruitvale Station. Also, our buddy Greg the magician is still here! We'll catch his show tonight. Heading to trivia, more later. Our team tied for 2nd. 8 on a team. It was fun. The magic show was hilarious. He is a real comedian. We lose one hour ...
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“To my mind, the greatest reward and luxury of travel is to be able to experience everyday things as if for the first time, to be in a position in which almost nothing is so familiar it is taken for granted.” – Bill Bryson
“When you are everywhere, you are nowhere / When you are somewhere, you are everywhere.” – Rumi
... It is basically a street with restaurant seating in the middle and shops on the outside. It is open until late, and I mean late - 10/11 pm.
Dinner was a basic Panini and salad. Nothing exciting. Then I watched game 5 of the NBA finals in the hotel.
So really not an exciting day, but a relaxing and enjoyable day.
Highlight: Beach ...
... quite close to us and even drowns out the music on our noise cancelling earphones and so we head back to our cabin. We snooze for a while before waking and start to pack. We don't take as much care as we did back in Manchester and are soon both cursing as the clothes won't fit in. Once done we shower and dress for dinner.
We meet up with Joyce et al for drinks in the Diamond Lounge before saying goodbye as we most likely wont see them in the morning. We have ...
... which are quite popular here in the US), it was time to go for a ride. We rented some cruisers from the local bike shop and went for a ride along the promenade. Unfortunately we couldn't go all the way up because the boardwalk was for pedestrians only, so we had to ride up Collins Avenue instead. Eventually we came out at the Fontainebleau Hotel. I had read in our old Lonely Planet that there was a huge mural here painted on the side of ...