Quality Inn Miami Airport Hotel
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Torsdag d. 14/3 tog jeg toget til København sammen med mor og Line, hvor vi mødtes med far og Daniel. Dagen i hovedstaden gik med lidt butikskiggeri, hvor jeg fik købt det sidste til rejsen, en masse god mad samt vin og hygge. Trods den bidende kulde var det en rigtig hyggelig dag. Jeg skulle mødes med nogle af de andre i …
... to book a flight. Absolutely no luck at all! Was getting pretty desperate, so I woke up Nicole and she sorted one for me :) Finally got to board the plane and while sitting down the whole plane lost power to the engines. You know something is pretty wrong when the flight attendant says "que paso?" or what happened... A lot of people wanted to get off, and after 30 minutes we all had ...
... the bloody bus stop! A 'Taken' moment occurs as a man offers to take us to the where the bus will get us - no thank you! but please point us in the right direction. We swiftly realise that he is telling the truth as he points out the direction and explains that he used to work for the airline! He walks us to the right place and directs us onto the bus - he does not follow us - CRISIS AVERTED!
We still have to suss out the change for the bus ...
... I had only an hour stop over, which I spent watching the NBA at a bar. But in my hour in Texas, the slogan "everything is bigger is Texas" held up, with the beer mugs (and water mugs) being much larger then I had seen up to this point on my trip. After smashing yet another burger, I was one of the last people of my flight to Fort Lauderdale. But I finally on my way to Miami. On the flight itself, I slept and read my SLAM magazine most of the way (as it was only a two hour flight). Once ...
I've now been in Ecuador for almost five days and in the Galapagos for three days, but it seems like it's been much longer. There's something about eating every meal together after hacking down trees with machetes that really bonds a group. My group has fifteen people total and I am one of two Americans. Everyone else is from the UK, so when I first arrived in Ecuador I had culture shock both from the Ecuadorian way of life and from the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking