Plantation Inn Hotel & Lounge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... walk there and the same back. Mark enjoyed the driving range, it was fancy. After we got back to the hotel we relaxed for a bit then headed for the pool. There we spent the afternoon relaxing. We won't know ourselves soon with all of this down time. We had dinner at our hotel, and then guess what.. more ...
... and curious group. I quickly find that there is always a hand in the air and a thought-provoking question at the ready.
Of course, I can’t forget to mention our American group leader, Elaine Rodriguez. Elaine let us know what to expect when we arrived in Cuba (e.g. always carry toilet paper and loose coins to tip the bathroom attendant!) and walked us through the immigration process to enter the country. She answered all of our aforementioned questions with ease and ...
... American would design this. Only a medium sized group of elected officials would put the baggage claim in Tampa and the Rental cars in South Beach. You have to have a plan to be this dumb. It can’t be by accident.
I will get off my soap box and get back to the story. From there it is the standard check the blocks, sign away your pension, promise indentured servitude, hocus pocus they loan you a car for a week. Aren’t ...
... back with a pool. The real amazement came when we saw their back garden - the house backed onto a nature reserve, so looking out the back you could see everything from deer to armadillos! (they even saw a panther once :O. ). Snellers was sold, and decided to spend his next four early mornings out the back during the prime wildlife spotting hours! We met the rest of the family, two boys called Shane and Jeremy and a girl a bit younger than us call Brittany, and sat around ...
After a crazy night in Miami, after my hasty and expensive midnight run to the Miami Walmart and very little sleep I took inventory of myself. Looking in the mirror of my Miami hotel I gave myself a choice. Fall apart and go back home or buck up and take a big bite of adventure. So adventure here I come. I met up with our ONS group in the lobby and headed to our main meeting point. There are 16 of us in all. Carl, the ONS National President, ...