Radisson Suite Hotel Oceanfront
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... didn’t come to Miami for the Latino culture, South Beach diets and the night club scene; I came here for pygmy hippos! Three pygmy hippos to be specific, namely Kelsey, Pogo, and Asali, who live at Zoo Miami. While in Miami I stayed with my friend Lisa’s parents. Upon arrival at their house after four hours of driving (the last hour spent going 12 miles) and my GPS taking me down a road that was completely torn up and under construction, I was greeted with a margarita and ...
... we walked to the nearby beach to relax on the sand.
The beach here is not pretty. There’s piles of seaweed everywhere. I’m not impressed. But the warm weather and plentiful sunshine was nice. We dipped our feet into the Atlantic Ocean. The temperature wasn’t too chilly – warmer than I would have thought. I did some blogging on the beach while Mike read.
We left the beach at 4:25 and walked to Walgreens, then to ...
... to call Grier and tell her that the whatever that Gary caught before leaving town still had him hacking away so no coming to see Sophia, the reason for Charleston, that day. Chilled. Day three....packed up, went by Grier and Steve's on the way out of town, Grandpa had to keep his distance, Grandma got lots of hugs in, totally worth it. Sophia changes so much each time we see her, hard to say goodbye to a baby that will be a different baby when next we meet. ...
... wheelchair obstacles trying to slow you down and keep you from getting to the gate on time. Who needs the reality show Amazing Race, they just need to film people trying to catch connecting flights in Atlanta. We did finally get to our gate and then we saw that the neat orderly loading of the plane that we had earlier in Dallas, was nowhere to be found on this flight. When they called for our seating zone to load, it became a mad ...
... an eye-patch. Not your most scintillating tour guide (sounded like a recorded message) but then perhaps talking about defunct launch pads etc would be a challenge to anyone How do you make such topics riveting?. As we tore down long stretches of bitumen roads going from one launch pad to another Peter said it was like visiting ghost towns of space travel.