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... made properly (according to the guide book) like lemon meringue pie. It wasn't too far to Miami but the trip was hot and long, with endless ribbons of highway crossing over each other. How did anyone survive without GPS. No wonder the divorce rate has been so high. We found our holiday house in the suburbs with only one wrong turn, which took us 45 mins to recover from. We couldn't get to the airport in time to meet Nanny Gaynor and Simon but it was wonderful to welcome them to our ...
... in no uncertain terms. This is however, after the biggest tantrum for not wanting to go in her pram. We got home at 7 ish and because Grant had promised James a night swim after him seeing people swim down below the previous night, he took him downstairs for a quick one (he loved it!) and I got Chlo sorted and they were both asleep just after 8. We were shattered too so went to bed just after 9!
Highlight: spending some great time in the sun, downtown Miami ...
... front desk on the 25th floor asked us if we would like a wake up call, to which I really innocently responded, "No thanks, as it's our honeymoon I think we'll be sleeping in". Denise congratulated us and handed over the room key. It wasn't until we were in the lift that we realised we may have been given anything other than the deluxe room that we had paid for because on the 33rd floor where our new room was to ...
... had drinks and nibbles sat at the on board bar, before heading back to our seats/beds for afternoon tea before landing.
Not sure we could have asked for a better 9 hour journey to be honest! and now we are in Miami, and looking for a cab to take us to our hotel for the night.
We stayed at the Hilton close to the airport which was a short taxi ride from arrivals. a great hotel, but apart from a dip in the pool at 8pm we pretty much slept there!
... the pros and cons of the healthcare reform (ObamaCare). This was something that shocked us the most with America. Anyone who has taken out travel insurance when visiting America will understand that the cost of healthcare and travel insurance is astronomical. For many Americans, the cost of healthcare is literally unaffordable. Many would prefer to cop the annual fine rather than put their details in a 'hackable' website. Without insurance however (which is ...