Alladin Hotel Miami
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... a nap. When we finally got home, Dad and Jeremy headed out for a beer. We all got showered and changed and then went to meet them 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 ...
... all the directions we could have gone in we end up not only at the same place but on the same part of a very long beach, what are the chances? Reminded me a lot of when Cass and Luke got in the same carriage as us in London.. Same station.. Same train.. Same carriage... Weird! Back on the street Rodd and I decided to walk up to Washington Ave to see if we could find the DASH shop, I googled the address and used google maps to tell me if we were heading in the right direction but we ...
... 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.
... a walk on the trail around the park and I stretched and did some exercises to wind down a bit. Our lunch was a good one, so I didn't eat any supper. The huge "Thick as a Brick" corned beef and cheese on light rye sandwich held on very well. Lynn had some clam chowder, while Rich had a Cuban sandwich. Lisa, the healthy one, had an interesting salad consisting of several wholesome items, which I have chosen to forget.
... the Interstate 17. Murray would prefer to use a city street, but at Dianne's insistence we follow the signs to 89A on the main road, and are able to pick the right exit.
Almost immediately we are into scenic areas, with the road entering the Oak Creek Canyon, with red cliffs, thick pine tree cover, and a river in the bottom. We stop at most available scenic viewing areas, while avoiding State Parks with entry and parking fees. Closer to Sedona, the valley opens ...