Courtyard By Marriott Lakeland
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... as the car was hired in my name (using my drivers licence), so thank goodness it all worked out. We also decided to take extra comprehensive insurance with GPS for peace of mind. Tomorrow we head west and will be visiting Kennedy Space Centre on Wednesday and then back to Orlando area to do the Epcot, Discovery Cove ...
... up close and personal. Then, from this vantage point, see the city of Rio and Sugar Loaf like we see in photos or on TV. Better yet, traveling up Sugar Loaf on a cable car to get yet another view of the city and its miles of beaches. Speaking of beaches, seeing the beach made famous in the song “The Girl from Ipanema” and traveling down the boulevard on Copacabana are notable moments from our visit to Rio. Despite the rain, ...
... the 'look' --
return to the hotel with the same taxi driver (we called him) he is from Havanna been here 12yrs and barely speaks english - says everywhere he has been working the working language is spanish!!
Pam taking a nap me doing my blog - leave sometime tomorrow for St Petersburg......
Hearing about the big storm --- take care, stay warm!!
... was the first 'official' day. We got to know the cast better with games, and we had some leadership and communication workshops. The first topic was the Comfort Zone, talking about how you want to stay in the Challenge Zone. We did some movement and stretching with the dance guy, and some of it was really similar to what Monique does at home. Something I ...
... on time, but buses generally do. Now I had to make a decision whether to wait for the cab, sometimes they just don't show up or do I walk across the bridge, well, I started to walk and I had gotten on the bridge when the taxi showed up. Whew!!! thank goodness because it would have been a 20 minute sweaty walk. Anyway, made the bus for a 5 hour ride back to Guatemala city. Once in the city, got accosted by a taxi driver, (they're like that), ...