Riviere South Beach Hotel
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... land side is a string of restaurants, many attached to hotels, and some bars with the occasional shop. We walked perhaps a block looking at some menus until we came to The Tides which looked nice and had a guy playing the saxophone and singing. He was really good so we decided that would do. I had a seafood salad; octopus, shrimp, orange and avocado on a bed of greens with some bitter leaves. It was really good. I also had a nice Chilean red wine. Marie ...
... my jeszcze dotrzeć do właściwego terminala. Komunikacja między terminalami na lotnisku w Atlancie odbywa się automatycznym pociągiem (bez motorniczego). Ten środek lokomocji dowiózł nas szybko i sprawnie na terminal A. Ponieważ nieustannie doskwierał nam głód, poszliśmy na szybki posiłek w McDonaldzie. Potem jescze trzy kwadranse czekania i weszliśmy na pokład samolotu. ...
We are staying in the airport tonight, we get our luggage at 8.30pm and realize we have another 8/9hours before we can actually check in. And Miami airport are cheap and have no free wifi! We finally pick a spot to settle into a film - near a plug as once again overused technology has been drained of battery. A few films later and the airport is emptying of people. We swiftly regret our decision as the temperature feels like it drops 40 degrees and we ...
... a wizz around Miami, past the Bay of Pigs monument, and through some of the business and residential districts. Around 12:30 we ended up at the local shopping centre 'to share lunch together'. All well and good till you got the bill. That was the last we saw of our guide. Seems he went off to cause chaos boarding the afternoon tour on the same double decker bus. Eventually approached by somebody in a clipboard who directed us to a bus to return us to ...
... the whole of camp. We then made our way to Olympic hall deck, where each bus would be called forward one at a time. I hadn't cried yet so thought I would be fine. How wrong I was. A lot of the older girls had started crying which got me a bit emotional, and then one of our girls started crying which just set me off. It started with a few tears to begin with, but when the first bus got called and little samara was on it I cried. I gave them each ...