Alladin Hotel Miami
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... was music, noise, people in next to nothing and massive cocktails. It was very cool.
When we finally got to the end we drove to the airport. BA had found our iPad and we went to to pick it up. Dad ran in and got it pretty quickly. Phew...what a relief to have it back and big thanks to British Airways for their excellent service.
With our iPad safely tucked away we head back to Palm Beach. It was a long and boring drive and me and Maddy took the opportunity ...
... on the roads in the USA a days driving hasn't go by where I haven't see a car accident). I found Laura living in a lovely gated community on the western side of Miami. Very pretty suburb with all the conveniences you would need. We went to dinner at a very swanky Japanese restaurant just up the road from her place, not the normal suburban fare or atmosphere you would cop in Australian suburbs. Over dinner she convinced me that I should go to ...
... Then we have a 90 minute bus ride over the mountain.
Cecile - it's an amazing experience ! So nice to be here with this group. Haiti, we are happy to see you.
Paul - Haiti here we come !!! It will never be the same country after the BCD Ambassadors leave..but we will be the richer for the experiences we will encounter...
Karen D- ready to land so excited
Greg - it was ...
... Bar). - By this time, I was starving, so I quickly threw down a sub, while sitting in Columbus Circle, next to the fountain. Following this, I hired a bike and rode around the world famous Central Park. The park us absolutely massive, being over 10km them whole way round and containing numerous lakes, baseball fields, ice skating rinks, tennis courts, statues, playgrounds and picnic areas. The thing that stood out the most was the trees that were just beginning to bloom, ...
... Colorado River, before stopping at the Desert View Overlook inside the park ($25 entry if didn’t have pass. We recouped our $80 purchase cost at the last park, so we’re now ahead by buying the pass). .
Our first action is to walk down to the rim of the canyon, which has a stone watchtower, now a tourist trap, and a view up the canyon to where the Little Colorado comes in. The view is spectacular, but the air isn't too clear, and it is blowing ...