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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Both legs were full. We got into the house around 1am.
The snow is still on the ground, but instead of 3+ feet, now it's only 2+ feet. The backyard is still packed solid - funny to see Djuna still walk on that thick a layer of snow. My sister and brother-in-law waited for us. So nice to have them there! My sister cleaned up the garage and lots of other things. I am thankful! Djuna was ecstatic seeing us home. We missed our girlie!
Home sweet home! Very glad to be back!
... all dry I went back and looked at the animals, I got to hold the parrots and monkeys which was a first for me.
So back I was to my apartment after an awesome day at Jungle Island Zoo, I caught the bus back to the hotel which was only a 10 minute ride. Had an amazing dinner back at the hotel topped off with a NBA finals that was on.
... to pick the others up and they were sitting waiting so no problem finding them, I let Tim sit in the front and once again gave him my phone so he could play navigator. The mission today is to go over to Miami Beach and to Love Hate Tattoo (Miami Ink) for me to get the tattoo I've always wanted to get but have never been brave (or silly) enough to get.. mind you I still wouldn't have got it if not for Rodd being so supportive. We found the place easily enough and ...
... the reasons we needed a car for the stay in Miami.
We arranged to meet in a Chili's at West Palm Beach. Chili's is not 'fine dining' by any means, but a nice experience in a very American setting. Family groups, a mixture of all races and types of people, no tourists (apart from us, of course). American sports on the TVs at the bar, Noisy and lively but with good, friendly and efficient service.
... downloaded my "Cuba 2013" Album onto Facebook. I have talked to most of my family and friends. I am so well-versed (well-TRAINED) by our over-the-top guide, Jose Luis, that when I am asked questions about this newest Road Scholar experience, I simply say, "Eees complicated. I 'splain you" and off I go. Now no one thinks I am crazy for wanting to go to Cuba. They all wish they had joined me!