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Miami surprised me, and probably not in the way that most people are taken by it. Firstly, everyone spoke spanish, the signs were both in English and Spanish. Definitely the gateway to south and Central America. Tom gave me a history lesson on how Florida had been a Spanish Colony before they swapped it for Cuba with the British. The irony is that Miami has the largest Cuban population in the US causing the state to again ...
... in the continental United States. While clearly over-the-top, the Biltmore manages to be pretty at the same time. The grounds are gorgeous and the stand of pink boxers (?) wearing golf shoes out front and red alligators on the lawn, all with bottles of water strapped to their backs, a golfer's homage to the mountaineer's St. Bernard, indicate that perhaps the hotel doesn't take itself all that seriously.
Today we spent the day relaxing & cruising, started out with a yummy brunch, then a wander around then lounged by the pool and spa decks before we knew it dinner time had come around. Tonight was" elegant night" Millie and I just managed an outfit but Andrew wasnt allowed to wear shorts so had to wear jeans.... most men were in suits! ...
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“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart.” Helen Keller
As the night before our departure approaches, I invite you to join us.
With a song in my heart, we’re almost packed and ready to go!
... of the group. After introductions, we reviewed logistics and the plan for our departure. That's the kind of stuff that should be boring, but when it is about going to Cuba, it just adds to the excitement that has been building.
Once all of that was out of the way, we were introduced to Annie Betancourt for a lecture on the Cuban American experience. Annie was born in ...