Sleep Inn at Miami International Airport
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Thursday This time we were sorry to be moving on, most other times we have been ready but the Florida Keys stand out as the nicest place we have been to in the States. It is even worth a second visit, we have left the bottom end of the Keys and the Everglades for next time. We checked out this morning but stayed at the hotel till lunch time having …
... 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 ...
... the following day for a run, as a visit to Miami without seeing the beach was not a visit to Miami at all. The following morning I rose very early and drove over 30 minutes to get to Fort Lauderdale and sadly I just missed sunrise due to the longest train in the world crossing my path only 3 miles from the beach. I went for a 6 km run, and it wasn't as pleasant as the scenery around me - I mean the beach was lovely (photos and commentary ...
... 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 ...
... the whole park would of looked dead. - After returning my bike, Brad recommended that I check out the Museum of Natural History. Unfortunately by the time I got there, they were closing (meaning if I had time tomorrow, I would try and fit it in). None the less, I continued my way north and caught the subway to the most famous street basketball court in the world "Rucker Park". Despite being small, it was awesome to finally get to see it first hand. - By this time, it was getting dark, ...