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... br> Off we went to recline in the sun. Shoes and socks off, we lay back and listened to the waves. One at a time we each got up and dipped our feet in the Atlantic. Beautiful blue, green and warm, the water was a relief in the heat. The waves were excitable and crashed into us with delight as we sank in the sand and got wetter than planned! It was all good in the heat. We lay there taking in the peaceful moments only broken by the gulls cruising ...
... the beach (maybe the bad guys fled thinking Sonny & Rico were real??).
Stepping gingerly around the splashes of vomit left the night before, we jumped on one of those hop-on, hop-off buses that will often times give you a great overview of a city when you're tight for time. This one did provide some insight as to the fabulous art deco history of South Beach in particular, and ...
... we found we had wonderful seats in row 13 with plenty of leg room for our 47-minute flight to Orlando.
The flight to Orlando was short and uneventful. We met Leslie's mom and our kids at the rental car counter shortly after we arrived.
Just spent a wonderful 2 days at the beach. Last night we went out in South Beach to a bar called Twist. It was a lot fun. Didn't get in until the wee hours of the morning. Looking forward to another few days on the beach before we head up to my friend's house in Boca Raton for the holiday ...
... had been created to help avoid flooding. As a result of all the canals, the water flow to the Everglades had been significantly diminished. A project is underway to eliminate some of the drainage canals and re-route the water back to the natural flow. Part of the project is to elevate the Tamiami Trail so that the water can flow under it and into the Everglades. And that's why it takes so long to get across southern Florida these days.