La Quinta Inn & Suites Sunrise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... can't flush paper down the toilet...in bare feet? No way.
Our flight left San Jose at 1:55 pm, CST, putting us in Miami at about 5:30pm, EST. The flight was uneventful, and I even got to watch a rerun of "Hollywood Game Night," which made me laugh out loud. I finished a book (The Day My Brain Exploded), had some coke and a Quizno's sandwich, and that was about it. We arrived in Miami and had to clear Immigration/Passport ...
... roof to watch Miami Marlins V NY Mets yesterday. I'd taken my Mets cap with me and wondered if that would cause trouble like at footy in the UK but everyone was so friendly. Mets lost! Sushi Samba for dinner. As expected it was divine and super healthy, apart from the beers ;) was excited to taste my first bottle of Cristal...... Shame it was a beer rather than champagne!! The vibe there is so relaxed compared to SS london. Shopping or ...
Arrived in Miami in the late afternoon for an orientation meeting and dinner with the other 22 participants on Road Scholar's Cuba Today: People and Society trip. Our group leader, Cuqui Zuloaga, provided us with our plane tickets, visas and lots of useful information for our time in Cuba. My fellow travelers come from ...
... back in 2006 when major flooding occurred.
As we continued are steady climb upwards we began to move into a region of forest that was speckled with beautiful meadows. Many of the meadows had the same species of wildflowers that we saw at Grand Valley, however, some were completely new to me. The views in this stretch of trail were not nearly as inspiring, but we occasionally spotted a playful chipmunk, or a botanical marvel that kept me content.
... in the warm sea then wandered back to the hostel. Later that evening we took a walk around town to find somewhere to eat, eventually settling on Mexican, and nearly passing out on getting a bill of 70 dollars! Still not used to the USA prices compared to the cheapness of s.america! We realised that eating out was going to be more of a luxury for the next six weeks. The next day was Independence Day, so we woke up and went straight to the pharmacy (apparently the place to ...