Sleep Inn at Miami International Airport
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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 ...
... night for the fabulous light show, but as it turned out Metallica was having a concert adjacent to the park, and we would have been stuck in traffic for hours. We found out when we got there Friday morning that the water is not turned on until later in the afternoon. Oh well. We made lemonade, took the cab ride from hell back to Miraflores, shopped at the Inca market, then went for lunch at El Pez Amigo for the last day.
We had taken taxis in ...
... to come onboard, I knew we were getting closer to departure. Unfortunately, as the people began to come on the plane, the rain began to come on the plane and we soon found ourselves in a monsoon of a storm. Preventing us from leaving, we were delayed an hour, pushing our flight to 7:20. I didn't really mind the delay because I was able to start the movie as soon as the announced the new departure time. At around 7:15, the ...
... 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 ...
... of the fruit fields that surround the busy, little city. We came to our usual hotel The Floridian, only to find that there was a long line to check in. It was hard to find a room here. I wondered if there was a race in town at the huge NASCAR track or if many others were funneled here with the same idea I had. The lobby was beautifully and newly painted with scenes of Florida wildlife from the Glades, Biscayne Bay, and the Keys. Behind the lobby desk was a mural ...