Las Cuevas Beach Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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- the super friendly guys at Three Forks Montana and the Montana Antique Aircraft Assoc.
- the gang at Becker Aviation, Hartington, NE, a Super Friendly FBO in a beautiful setting.
Thanks to all of you who followed this adventure.
Some have asked, "What's next?". Don't know, but the airplane is ready to go and I've learned a lot about journeying in a light airplane, so who knows? Stay Tuned ;-)
Gypsy Pilot, ...
... us and give us vouchers to get float tubes for the Castaway Keys island stop, which was happening the following day. They really did make us feel special to be South African!
The next morning we woke to the views of Castaway Keys Island. We had arrived early hours of the morning. We made our way down for breakfast and were running a bit late as it looked as if most people had already had breakfast and were getting off the ship already. While having our breakfast ...
... Drinks. Repeat. With great company. We had a wonderful visit and decided to delay our departure time till last minute. Paid the price by driving 17hrs straight back to Vero Beach. It was worth the bag of pretzels, snack attacks, coffees and self talk to stay awake. Arrived by 9.30 and some Chinese food fix before nap. Two days to recover from not sleeping but soaking in the memories from amazing trip. Places were great, but people make it so much more special. Next adventure: New York ...
... train to either Terminal A or B. We went to B as that is where Delta take offer off from. We took off on time and are due into LAX about 30 minutes early. The pilot said that while we may land earlier, there may not be a gate ready, so we could sit on the tarmac until one is available. He said he was talking with Delta at LAX to see if they could make one available for us. We landed ahead of time and had a gate to go to. We went to the International ...
... boardwalk access to the ocean. This is truly unspoiled beauty at its best. So, you best come prepared to enjoy the solitude.
In the Northern section, we began our adventure by driving south on A1A looking for the first opportunity to cross over to the Atlantic Ocean. On this day, there are rough seas and rip tide warnings. The beaches are mostly vacant with the exception of several surfers and fisherman. I score some great sea shells which ...