Alladin Hotel Miami
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... be promised. The next flight was 1630 the next day, but rather than wait for that the destination was changed to go to Hawaii via Los Angeles. The flight to Los Angeles was due out at 1030.
Having decided on the next move, the remainder of the night was spent in the Airport Hotel, which served it's purpose satisfactorily.
... FROGS. Listen to these suckers when you have a moment...yup...they sound like pigs. For everything you wanted to know about Pig Frogs but were afraid to ask click here http://www.hillsborough.wateratlas.usf. edu/FLN/Frog.aspx?id=2.
As we left the parking area, I got great photos of a SWALLOW-TAILED KITE that thought it was too pretty not to pose...and it was. At the end of the parking lot, some bone head ...
... elsewhere in the world, and the local culture has been affected by the large numbers of tourists who visit, both on cruise ships and by flying in. However this did not detract from our enjoyment of spending a day on each island.
Lots of people we know can’t believe we’d enjoy a cruise, as it’s so different to most of our travel, but that’s what so good about it. It is different! We don’t have to pack and unpack every day ...
... line of buses and lo and behold – there is my matching sticker attached to an air conditioned coach. The driver stowed my two holdalls and said my stripey carry on could go in the overhead rack – not in a million years, my son – have you felt the weight of this?
An hour and a half later and we're still waiting for the last two stragglers who have fallen foul of US immigration. Not a difficult thing to do, when all is said and done. Finally ...
... to get connecting flights. Everyone converged to processed.
When I finally reached the desk after a 2 hour wait in line, the officer took his sweet time processing me. This was a trend that I had noticed of most of the officials here. All of them seemed to be moving like molasses on a cold day going up hill. There was no consideration for the persons standing in line in front of them. They frequently broke away from what they were doing and engaged in ...