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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we had a custard with granadilla topping.
Friday evening we played cards with Gene and Sophie, something that became a daily event with much fun and laughter. Nayda made us some dinner, we said our goodbyes and were off to the airport. The taxi driver pulled into a gas station and asked us to get out of the car for our safety. I was a bit annoyed. Otto had gotten gas the night before and he never had us get out of the car. I thought we were ...
... our way to Central Park. Yes a real open air park in the middle of the ship. We head to the Park Cafe for some lunch. A lovely, make your own salad, followed by delicious roast beef sandwiches. We then head to Cafe Promenade. More photos, more oohs and aahs. This ship has just about more of everything. As impressive as it is I can't help but have the feeling we are in the middle of a giant shopping mall rather than on a ship. But that's just this section. The ...
... of time to relax. The flight to Fort Lauderdale was on a Boeing 737-400 which had over double the seats meaning longer boarding time.
Once we were up in the sky we had 2.5 hours to do the usual time killing things like crosswords and napping. Unfortunately we weren’t by a window so had no idea where we were except somewhere over the coast. US Airways didn’t give us a meal, but we got a drink at least and soon we were circling around for landing. ...
... Everyone was getting drunk on the first night, I couldn't keep up with them all, there was a lot of banter between the lads which was fun when you have people from England, Australia, Scotland and France all drinking together. Once back at the hostel things moved forward and that's all I have to say.
Now its Thursday 29th March, 5am woke up and found Eric sleeping on the floor. Finally woke up again around 8am, had my shower, ate my bagel and chilled ...
... the reality of the whole situation will hit me. I still haven't technically "packed" yet, but I've set everything out and it'll take me about 10 minutes to put it all in my pack. I've still got a few things to do, some cleaning up of my apartment and some minor things.
More than a few people have told me, "be careful" or "be safe". It kind of reminds me of the information Father O'Brien gave us when we started our Summer Congressional Internships in ...