Sleep Inn at Miami International Airport
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... was wet. This will be so much easier to walk on, no fear of falling.
At 3pm our room was ready. It is not as small as I anticipated. Everything fit into the closet nicely with room left over. We even had space available in some of the drawers. Maybe I could have packed more? The one drawback is lack of electrical outlets. It will be a bit tricky with all the computers and stuff that Rich wants. We will see how this pans ...
Morgan- We are finally off to Haiti!! I am no longer feeling nervous or anxious, but so very excited! It also helps that I am with an amazing group of people!
Mathias - I'm very tired but can't sleep cause it is very exciting!!!
Nicole - finally it was already a long trip to get here. But we are getting there.
Katey - It's wonderful to meet the team as we start our journey!
Erica - ...
... We grabbed breakfast and drove up the mountain where the ghosts of 5000 dead Civil War soldiers reminded me that this is where that nad genius William Tecumseh Sherman broke the will of the South. I napped after a walk up to the peak in the crisp morning air. The peak was littered with old bastion works and cannons. We were high up. Through the misty air, I made out the faint outline of the Atlanta skyline. After a walk through the VC, we were back on 75 being ...
... There were no welcoming white crosses on a navy blue background – Celebrity tours? Not a soul in sight. Hmmm not so good.
Eventually the intrepid single traveler decided to leg it, cases and all (two large holdalls – wheeled, one carry on – wheeled, balanced precariously on the top of one of the holdalls - wheeled, and a handbag – not wheeled, although heavy enough to need some) and do a bit of independent research. I got to the end ...