Hampton Inn Ft. Lauderdale West / Pembroke Pines
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... some clean shorts for tomorrow. He was sweet enough to wait around for a while so I could hang out in the bathroom......nothing happened by the way. Got back to the truck around 10. Jp promptly fell asleep while I spent some time cleaning up. I think our last shower was on August 2. That's one shower in a week! I better post the "wipes" post soon! 11:03 ...
RoadTrip up the Each Coast: 5,282km over 14 days:
Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia , Maryland, Pensilvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey
RoadTrip from the West Coast to the East Coast: 12,232 kms over 33 days:
California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Alabama, Georgia, ...
... and we were on our way again.
I sat Leslie at our gate and then I began the hunt for coffee. I returned with a café and a café con leche. The coffee was wonderful, the best we have had since we left Spain.
The agent at the counter knew we were going to pre-board and she called us to the front of the cue after we had finished our coffee. We stood there waiting. Soon, a female flight attendant came by ...
... that she would like some food from MacDonalds as there was nothing appealing. The line was around the block and she decided that she would eat some trail mix instead. After another 45 minutes or so, she asked if the line had gotten smaller, and I said it had... She then decided to get a salad and me some French Frys at MacDonalds. Fran started her salad, and noticed that, at a table behind me there were no people but a few ...
... Colorado River, before stopping at the Desert View Overlook inside the park ($25 entry if didn’t have pass. We recouped our $80 purchase cost at the last park, so we’re now ahead by buying the pass). .
Our first action is to walk down to the rim of the canyon, which has a stone watchtower, now a tourist trap, and a view up the canyon to where the Little Colorado comes in. The view is spectacular, but the air isn't too clear, and it is blowing ...