Ritz Milner Hotel
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... not do it again!!! No dialogue was allowed from us....
Seems our B2 Visa is not worth anything anymore.
So a new day and after a 3am wakeup call we made our 2 flights - 5.50am out of Los Angeles with a connecting flight to Tulsa where we were greeted as prearranged by our Mustang Salesman waiting at the airport. All proceeding well until we looked for the local SunTrust bank to get the $$$ to pay for the car, ...
Today we woke up and actually made it out
the door before 1230. Our body clocks are still a little all over the
place but everyone was awake by 830. We went to the 99 cent store and
oh my word. Hannah said she could live there! We bought quite a few
bits and pieces to kit out the RV (kitchen supplies) and we had a
lunch made up of 99 cent store items. Bad idea lol We had tinned
chicken in mini ...
... recently thanked the manager that handed me that cut years ago back in 2011. He said he saw something better in store for me in life, and wanted to force me to apply myself doing something else. Anyway, at that time it seemed like the worst thing to happen to me, and it turned out to be the most beautiful blessing. Trust the timing of things. Trust the Universe to deliver. It never disappoints.. Anyway, ...
... to do on board - in fact, there's too much which means you have to make choices and miss things you'd like to do! We usually attend the port presentations which describe the history of each port, its attractions, tours etc.
We've had some very interesting speakers - a biologist speaking about whales, who showed us Blackfish (the movie about the whale which killed its trainer at SeaWorld in the US). We had a forensic dentist ...
... was fairly limited.
Back at the Inn in time for afternoon tea and caught up with an American couple (Denise and Rodger) from Michigan who were also guests at the Inn so we trundled out to a seafood restaurant for dinner. Much discussion was had around "packing heat" which is a novel concept to us but we assume that the vast majority of Americans do it. Not sure how they hide an assault rifle in a handbag but I am sure there is a way.