Renaissance Plantation Fort Lauderdale
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The hotel was very pleasant and in a good location.
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... well as Customs. They have automated Passport Control now, which was really weird! (http://www.miami-airport.com/releases/ 2013-11-18-MIA_LAUNCHES_SELF-SERVICE_PA SSPORT_CONTROL_KIOSKS.asp) But, we got through passports in like 10 minutes flat. Customs took a while longer because the line was really long, but overall, we cleared through both in about 40 minutes...record time! The there was TSA again, and I got randomly selected to go ...
Today's main events were the flight to Miami—the first leg of our trip to Cuba, and a necessary precaution so that we didn’t miss the charter flight—and a dinner at Dr. Gleber’s condo in Miami. I don’t think any of us have really had it sink in that by tomorrow, we will be in Cuba. You know, that island ninety miles off the Florida coast that was illegal to travel to for a really long time thanks to ...
... of the Yellow River basin (approx. 2000 BC) and ending with the fall of the Qing Dynasty in 1912. Since 221 BC, when the Qin Dynasty first conquered several states to form a Chinese empire, the country has fractured and ...
... we are only looking today, and it is really about 18 months to soon - maybe- but in the land of bargaining who knows we could have been sailing home. We spent the afternoon exploring the waterfront, people watching and downing our first margarita and talking about the cat. The more margarita we drank the more possible the cat became!! Another fantastic day in Fort ...