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Visited a dance studio the Centro Pro Danza de Cuba, created in 1994 by Laura Alonso, the daughter of Cuba's legendary ballet royalty, Alicia and Fernando Alonso. Alonso teaches children of all ages and regardless of talent or ability to pay, and she provides professional-minded dancers, who weren’t accepted into the national ballet school …
Boston greeted me with a fresh coat of snow this morning. If I wasn’t already excited enough to hop my flight to Miami for the Road Scholar group orientation for Inside Cuba: An In-Depth Island Journey (#20612), the opportunity to miss the remaining weeks of a brutal winter tipped my excitement to a whole new level.
The first stop on …
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I went to mcdonalds on the way back to my hotel and just stayed around the pool and looked over the city as the pool is on the roof which is amazing to look over the city in a pool and flows like a waterfall.
The zoo is located at 152nd Street and 124th Avenue. Its holding over 2000 animals on 740 Acres. The walk from Miami Zoo to Marriott Miami was only 14 ...
... expecting the Everglades to be all water but we weren't in that part of the park. We saw mangrove swamps and rivers of grass and tree hammocks. It was interesting though and beautiful...and it was very windy today so there was no mosquito problem at all. Glad about that - we were more afraid of the Everglades mosquitoes than the alligators! We did see a large yellow snake that joined us on the boardwalk... he was a little scary ...
... college movies. I meen, parking the car, high fives to the BOYS, checking out the rides, and heading into the doorms seeing guy leaning over girls near the lockers.
We were late for class but no one cared. It was very basic math, and I enjoyed every moment of it, trying to understand the new terminology of math in English. The students with their Iphones and laptops, the teacher talking to himself, and at the end handing out tests graded with letters. ...
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