Apr 27, 2013

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Miami Reunion 2014

Friday, July 4th thru Saturday, July 5th, 2014
at the
2889 McFarlane Road
Miami Coconut Grove, FL  33133  
Tel: (305) 529-2828 or  (800)-SONESTA
CAC Room Rate: $109.00 per room + tax  
  CAC Group Room Rates are available
 from JULY 1st thru JULY 8th, 2014

CAC Alumni, Students, Staff, Family, & Friends

Make it your 2014 Summer Vacation!

To join the Fun -
  1. Pay Reunion Fee (on right panel)
  2. Make Hotel Reservation with the Sonesta
 Click HERE to make your Sonesta Reservation online 
  • Select the dates and number of guests on left-hand side of screen
  • Click ‘Promotional/Group Code' Under ‘Group’ enter code: 0714ASACAC (all uppercase)
  • Click ‘check availability & rates.  Choose room/suite type and rates.
 ... or Call
Phone Reservation:
  •  To make your reservations by phone or to upgrade your room; call 
  • Make reference to the CAC 2014 Reunion
  • Tell reservations agent Group Code: 0714ASACAC
If you have any problems making your Reservation please contact:
Poom Sunhachawi-Talor or Monica Choi.

CAC Reunion Special: 5% Discount on your flight per person
to Miami on American Airlines
  • Authorization Number: 6564AD as AA Promotion Code
  • The discount can be booked on-line at www.aa.com/group
    Please allow at least 1 business hour for AA.com loading. 
  • By phone please call for  US & Canada (800) 221-2255
  • By Travel Agent - Agent must enter Authorization Number 6564AD
  • NO  ticketing charge for AA/AE flights!!!
Reunion Schedule of Events

Cairo American College Reunion 2014


Reunion Schedule


Thursday, July 3 Dinner

(Meet in the Sonesta Hotel lobby at 7:00 pm. For others, meet us at the restaurant.)

Jaguar Restaurant

3067 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove, FL


Friday, July 4

Friday 4th of July - Evening Reception: Main Event

(Please wear your red checkered wristband)


Happy 4th of July!

Daytime:  Spend at your leisure



Drinks at the Panorama Restaurant, Sonesta Hotel, 8th Floor

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

4th of July Dinner Buffet / Watch fireworks

Biscayne Ballroom, Sonesta Hotel, 8th Floor

(Menu on following page, Beverages not included)

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Cash Bar

7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Saturday, July 5

(Please wear your red checkered wristband)


Daytime:  Spend at your leisure

Evening: 7:30 pm meet at hotel restaurant.

Dinner at the Panorama Restaurant, Sonesta Hotel, 8th Floor

Bar hopping in Coconut Grove

Reunion Info & Stuff

*CAC Reunion Fee
$125.00 - Present through May 31, 2014
$130.00 - June 1, 2014 - July 3, 2014
$150.00 - At the door (cash only) 
This covers the events on Friday and Saturday evenings (except cash bars).
*Due to financial commitments required for this reunion NO refunds will be issued.

Commemorative Shirts
Design on it's way
Price: $15
Delivery: Pick up at Reunion only
Order Deadline:  June 20, 2014

Sponsors and/or Donations 
Contact Poom or Monica if you are interested in the following
Are you or your company willing to sponsor some part of this Reunion? 
Do you or your company want to contribute either a gift or company swag for gift bags?  


Things to do in the area
(click on the titles for link to websites)

For all of the Miami dining within 15 minutes to The Sonesta Bayfront Hotel Coconut Grove.

Built by agricultural industrialist James Deering in 1916, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens features a Main House, ten acres of formal gardens, and a rockland hammock (native forest).

Behind the natural beauty of Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden lies a carefully
orchestrated blend of science and art.

Matheson Hammock

It's a great beach for those who simply enjoy a peaceful beach experience. Matheson Hammock Park is a lovely scenic park with an unusual feature--a man-made atoll pool, which is flushed naturally with the tidal action of nearby Biscayne Bay. Its tranquil breeze-swept beach is a haven for families who enjoy its warm, safe waters and beautiful waterside views. Matheson is also a prime spot for Kite-Boarding. Rentals available on site. Its active breezes and calm shallow waters make launching easy.

The main house is Miami-Dade County’s oldest house still situated in its original location, and the tropical hardwood hammock is one of the last examples left of Miami’s original landscape.

Key Biscayne
Beaches, Seaquarium, Golf, Crandon Park and Historic Lighthouse.

Jungle Island

Jungle Island, combines the beauty of Miami’s tropical landscape with a jungle full of extraordinary animals from around the globe. Building upon its rich 75-year history, today’s Jungle Island is a contemporary theme park, featuring extremely rare twin orangutans, the world’s largest cat, and over 300 vibrant birds, including the world’s only trained Cassowary.
South Beach draws in the rich, famous and trendy. Nightlife abounds, but South Beach is also a historic district, a people-watching haven and a beach-lover's dream.

Deering Estate at Cutler is an environmental, archaeological and historical preserve. From canoe tours to butterfly walks and guided nature hikes, the Deering Estate has diverse activities for the whole family to enjoy.
CocoWalk, Miami’s multicultural marketplace, is a premier open-air shopping, dining, and entertainment destination. Its distinctive design is created to blend seamlessly with historic Coconut Grove.  The Bayside village known for being eclectic, eccentric, and always exciting.
The Falls is one of the largest open-air shopping, dining and entertainment complexes in the US, featuring Bloomingdale's, Macy's, more than 100 stores, restaurants and caf├ęs.
The largest subtropical wilderness in the United States, boasts rare and endangered species. It has been designated a World Heritage Site, International Biosphere Reserve, and Wetland of International Importance, significant to all people of the world.

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