Miccosukee Resort and Conference Center
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... little local cafes where people have a coffee or fruit shake and a bite to eat at the window. We wandered along the street checking out the shops and local eateries. We actually stopped at a Mexican restaurant for lunch were we had an excellent meal for around $6 each.
The weather wasn’t so great today with rain on and off and it was little cold. A lot of the locals were all rugged up like it was freezing. The ocean was calmer but with the overcast sky ...
... the day with us as originally planned. Roxys was really fun! They had a good love band and the music suited us perfect. We met some other Yachtys who shouted us all night. I got lost from Grace, so went back to the Hotel, she soon arrived after. I also came home without my handbag but fortunately the Hotel worker found it right by the pool! Was pretty stoked in the morning that I hadn't lost all my cards and phone. I did manage to lose my good sunnies though, but that's ...
... the sights of Lincoln Road. A bit touristy, but that's what we are! Plenty of good shops and sooo many bars and restaurants - it's hard to chose one. The girls and I headed out to South Beach on Sunday night for dinner and it was packed with people - great atmosphere. However, it was getting a little wild and rowdy so we skipped dessert and hailed a cab. Boys stayed out late - I was glad when they got home! Great weekend - next stop ...
Nothing like last minute recovering from overnight shifts, SO much to do before leaving town but saying "eh..." so that I can get breakfast with one of my best friends from work AKA the "work wife" a few hours before I scooted off to the airport to start my ...
... was on duty near Chicago at a similar Nike site during the
Cuban Missile Crisis. These new additions have made this tour one of the most visited in the Everglades – really impressive.
Inherited a beater canoe that was just hanging around the neighbourhood being lonely for the past couple of years. Since it is camouflaged with war stripes, I christened it Tecumseh (Tec ...