Residence Inn Fort Lauderdale SW / Miramar
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... it also closed the airport so we were delayed departing... In total 11 hours to get to Miami, which is usually 4 hours.. We are staying at a quaint hotel in south beach...very nice...and wandered down to the heart of the action for dinner last night... Espanola Way is a lane way full of restaurants and life...very nice... We will be going back tonight... Today a bus tour through ...
... had gone out the day before to order a bed for the spare room only to find out it would take 5 days for delivery. And we'd be well on our way by then!
After a solid 14 hour sleep that first night, I'd say the blow up mattress did the trick. A lazy day by the pool studying kreyol and NOT checking email was more restful than I could have imagined in the midst of packing and running around before leaving Milwaukee.
I spent ...
... and quite possibly did not even notice us.
; When suddenly, just after Mac’s snaps the picture the Buffalo charges at full speed, bearing down on me first easily gaining on my top end. I make an airborne leap to the right just before he impales me with his horns, causing him to run right by me.
This changes his field of vision toward Mac and Donde as he resumes his charge toward them, who are also racing toward the fence as well. All of us make ...
... of clothes shopping and Max and Sienna posted their letters to Santa. Max is very concerned that Santa will forget we are in New York for Christmas. We then walked the strip to enjoy some window shopping before having dinner at an Italian restaurant called Cantinetta. Fantastic food! We forgot to mention in the blog yesterday that at the restaurant in South Beach the staff were concerned we were too cold and brought out patio heaters……it was 23 ...
... trail climbs up over the mountain rim
around the lake over really loose jagged rock along a stream flowing
down. At the top you reach the little lake where the creek starts.
Gorgeous views of the valley below. Turqouise water. You get up into
snow at this point. Then you climb out of this bowl up over boulders and
snow to get to the top of cerro catedral. There are some tall granite
spires here that you can climb up to get to the top. There I could see
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