But, thanks to a contest held by United HealthCare I was able to travel and see all the magic happening during the conference.
Kudos to JetBlue (I am not being compensated) because their service is awesome. First bag is free, they provided with a bag with a mask and ear plugs to make the flight at night comfortable and they have still free snacks during the flight.
I was also lucky to travel with another blogger (Esther) and her beautiful baby boy (Nathan). That made the trip even better.
Now as the flight goes, it was so much turbulence. Not only the movement up and down that makes your stomach crunch, but the seat belt sign was on most of the flight and then, the pilot tells the flight attendants to take seats. Ok, let me just say, I think they need a code for this. When the pilot warns them they need to seat, he is telling us, we are going to be moving lots, so hold tight I am going to give you a hard attack. I rather them use a code 45, so unless you travel all the time you do not know what that means, and everybody can be relaxed. (just a suggestion here... you never know how is reading)
After almost 5 hours we made it safe to Miami, and got to the hotel. The room was not ready and we were hungry, we wanted to walk to get some quick breakfast (an one not to expensive) and to our surprise we found a food truck with Colombian food. OMG, I had to buy some of those empanadas.
So many great activities planned. It was too many things happening and too little time. But the first day was full of getting to put faces to the names of people I was already connected on twitter and Facebook.
The hotel really nice and the pool was very inviting (but I did not even packed a swimming suit)