Miccosukee Resort and Conference Center
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... around across the table, into your drink, in your hair (we exaggerate....but only a little). Maybe with more practice it would become a more refined art...
We got the bus back to our hostel, which stops about a block from our door. When we got off the bus it was warm, muggy and dry. 30 seconds later we ran through our hostel doors looking like we'd decided to take a detour through the sea to get back...It absolutely lashed it ...
... often slide in an afternoon burger or a couple of cakes and I would find a way to get my hands on mac and cheese.
-Three course dinners in front of a live band, before the evening's show. The first night had lobster and prawns which set a high standard for the week. By the end of the week, Adriaan would eat desert before dinner to ensure he had room for the 10 cakes.
- Just incase we were still hungry, the day always finished with crepes and coffee before bed.
Since today was spent traveling I'm afraid we have no pictures to share with you. Which is unlucky for you all as i believe today I looked better than i have on the whole trip.
Arrived in Miami around 6pm and hopped on the hotel shuttle to check out if our car was still parked there. Yes it was, phew. Checked to make sure she started up then booked a cheap and cheerful hotel around an hour south of Miami in Florida City.
Tomorrow we hit the keys.
... 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 ...
... to see her daughter and new Granddaughter. I had wheel problems (somebody at Mom's place removed balance weights on two rims which I had to fix in Windsor due to wobble). The rest of the trip south was uneventful; just the way I like it.
Cindy was worried about Bogie's cough spreading germs to her grand-daughter, so we headed for Mitchell's Landing without her, arriving on ...