Baymont Inn & Suites Miami Airport West
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... holding my computer and little bag in in my hands. Luckily we are not in a rush to make a plane.
Finally an officer gets to my two trays and just pulls out my carry on bag and hands it to me. What the heck??? Why did it go to the "to be checked" side if they weren't even going to look inside it. But that's fine. ...
... they allow the public so close to the fires!! Staff from Fire Management set up a table with equipment & information to educate the public on the need for controlled burns. The objective of this burn was to slow down the spread of invasive species which left unchecked can quickly over run an area & choke off the natural plants.
On the boardwalk trail we saw ...
... about bringing my computer with me on this adventure. The details of my life are on the hard drive. The government of Cuba observes no right to privacy. What if they took my computer; what if they copied and read every document that I ever created and disliked something they found there?
I got over that fear and decided to not only bring the computer but to—at the urging of many friends—write my blog as I almost always do.