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Travel Blogs from Miami
I did my morning ritual and then continued to take part in the events that cruise line puts on.
For one thing, I did the $1 folding class. It's neat what you can do with a $1 bill these days... like fold it into pants and a t-shirt... lol I thought this was so cute. Our "teacher" also showed us how to fold a $10 bill into what looks like the World Trade Centres on fire. Look... I got another initial on my ...
... changes in my mindset towards the little things. Little things that only a few months ago I was repulsed by. For example, I remember the very first meal we had in a hick town. I was disgusted with the fact some mid priced restaurants serve food with plastic cutlery and on polystyrene plates. Three months on, I've come to expect it. Every motel that includes breakfast, outside of cities, serves food on plastic and polystyrene, as so do some diners. We have stayed in ...
... when Bob had lunch at the Versailles with a Cuban client, it was a modest restaurant serving typical Cuban food. Today it is huge, a tourist attraction mentioned in every guidebook. Even though my pork with yellow rice was just OK and Bob thought his lunch was not as good as he remembered, the restaurant is still heavily patronized by Cuban locals as well as Gringos and Japanese.
After lunch and an arroz con leche ...
... was shut down for hours and the ships all waited until 8:00pm. We arrived at the pier and had about a 40 minute wait just to get into the terminal to check in. It was like a cattle call you were herded into lines then other lines. There was a passport scan and ticket check. Then into another line to get screened and have your bags scanned. Then on to another level where you had your ticket checked then assigned a boarding number and herded into another long line to ...
I arrive at the Miami airport at 1:30 which gives me 5 hours until my next flight to Managua. The airport is big and bright and I set off to explore. I ask an employee wearing a crossing guard outfit where the boundary lines are. The last thing I want to do is accidentally go through the wrong door and end up missing my flight. Her advice - stay away from the exit signs. Makes sense. She smiles and me and tells me to have fun. Interesting idea. Have fun ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking