Sands Harbor Hotel and Marina Pompano Beach
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Well if the cold hasn’t been enough to freeze your socks off (they say only one American state does not have snow now - Hawaii - although even that may be in question on its mountain tops), yesterday’s dockside drama due to the howling wind was.
It was cold the last few nights and yesterday the high never got out of …
... Arena and Freedom Tower which used to process immigration applications from Cuban refugees after the revolution.
There wasn't much else to take a look at downtown, so we hopped on the metromover to do an elevated loop of the city. It is free and automated, so its quite smooth running. We hopped off after a complete loop and walked into Macys so that I could buy some jeans. I never really had a good fitting pair of ...
... of the USA section of our trip, and we’re now ready to start the Caribbean section.
Summary of our Thoughts on Our USA Trip
Las Vegas – was worth visiting, even if you’re not a gambler, for a look at the over-the-top architecture and the way the whole place is lit up at night.
National Parks - The scenery in the National Parks was definitely world class. There was so much wonderful scenery that you became a bit blasť after a ...
... after all we have a total of five grandsons to think about – including one who has his birthday while we’re staying with them in Los Alamos and our eldest – that’s you Josh!! – who reaches double figures the day after we get back. We had heard about Aventura Mall which is a massive shopping mall and after discussion with the concierge we had the option of taking the bus which takes an hour and costs $2 per person each way or taking a ...
... and aim it in my direction. Already zigzagging on a dead run, I hear the first shot ricochet off of the pavement ahead of me, followed by another.
I continued my run for as far as that adrenalin rush would take me, arriving at a bus station. Deciding to take the bus out of this town, it departs immediately, driving right back by the bar, with blue lights now flashing and that guy in handcuffs, while I am slunk down low in the seat.
In line for the Qantas Airlines ...