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AOPA Coming to Arizona
AOPA scored a home run when they dumped their lavish annual convention and went to 5 or 6 small local show/fly-in visits to different parts of the country. I did enjoy the "big one" however, it required a cross country trip with lots of money involved. Now with AOPA coming to you (us) we have a great opportunity to talk to AOPA people, see what is new, and share aviation "talk". And the BBP will be there in the "big tent" to greet members as well as to meet new people. September 30 - October 1, Prescott AZ
Cuba in October
Meet the BBP in Florida for the start of our October BBP trip. From there, it is a short jump to Havana where we will be spending five nights. This amazing trip will find us staying in the middle of old Havana in the Hotel Sevilla, one of the oldest historic hotels in the city. Yes, this four star hotel has bathrooms in every room, hot and cold water, a grand lobby/bar, and live music every day in the lobby starting around 10am Cuban time. Things that are planned include but are not limited to exploring old Havana, a tobacco factory, a rum museum, the Museum of the Revolution, some salsa lessons and a day trip to the Bay of Pigs. Fun, laughter, surprises, and more information sharing to fill a lifetime of memories.
This will be our seventh BBP group trip that we have led into Cuba, we know Cuba.
Looking at the needs of our West Coast Members, this year will find us meeting in Laredo, TX and continuing on to Veracruz for the first night. Then it is on to La Cieba, Honduras to check in and pick up fuel and then out to Rotan and Fosters Resort for two nights. (this is where the BBP Olympics will happen)
Then, it is out to Havana for four nights continuing on overnighting in Florida and then on to Texas where we wrap up the trip in the Gulf Coast city of Galveston.
This year will find us in Loreto Mexico at the Inn of Loreto Bay. This beautiful golf resort is located on one of the nicest beaches in all of Baja, offers an unlimited number of things to do, and promises to be a great change from downtown Loreto. In addition to the resort pool and white beaches, complementary things to do include mountain biking, paddle boating, kayaking, paddle surfing, and snorkeling. And for a little more money, there is golf, cave tours, day trips into the mountains, boat tours, and more.
We now provide three ways for you to visit Cuba, all legal and meet the requirements
of both the Cuban and US governments.
Member/Public Alerts (from top of page)
BBP APIS for both Mexico and US is up ..