Alladin Hotel Miami
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... When we finally got home, Dad and Jeremy headed out for a beer. We all got showered and changed and then went to meet theme they were at Bradley's Bar downtown. We sat outside and had burgers, tacos and chicken strips. Jeremy and Dad also had pitchers of beer whilst talking about the blonde cheerleader at the next table who was carrying on like a 'giddy kipper'. Dad thought that was so funny.
We walked home and everyone went straight to bed as we have to be up early ...
... everyone. I took a great nap. I am ready to land.
Raymond - Almost there now! Just filled out the customs forms, so far it's already been amazing, great group and the spirit is just amazing. Can't wait to be there, only thing left is a bus drive. I'm very proud to be an ambassador and help all the children!
Alison - and so it begins. Nervous and excited.
Ilona: so curious now. Let's get ...
Arriving at Miami Airport last time resulted in us paying over a small fortune to a taxi driver to get us to where we needed to go. This time however, we returned as season travelers, and were no longer these 'wet behind the ears' first day travelers. So it didn't take us long to find the bus and train station at the airport. We also happened to find a man who knew his way around the city and after an extremely long conversation, where he explained the countless ways to get to our ...
... watch bad horror movies.
The first night in Orlando was very nice. I was able to see old friends and relax in preparation for the big drive to California a few days later. Keep checking for my adventures, pictures and personal stories about what it's like to drive cross-country and can also follow me on twitter: @Jess_DP
Miles Traveled Today: 190 miles
Gas consumed: 1/2 Tank
Time Traveled: 3 hours
... 10 minutes, er, distance to run, er four phases of shops – oops better run!
Got there with a couple of minutes to spare and then the driver waited a further 10 minutes for stragglers. Oh, come on!
As a result, the driver felt justified in driving like Ayrton Senna all the way to Fort Lauderdale Airport, despite large amounts of rainwater cascading down from big angry clouds.
The cloudburst really started as we dropped off the ...