Coconut Grove Inn Bed and Breakfast

3201 Aviation Ave., Miami, Florida, 33133, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Southern Miami area of Miami, is near CocoWalk, Barnacle State Historic Site, Coconut Grove Farmers Market, and Kennedy Park.
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Travel Blogs from Miami

Day 7: My Miami Experience

A travel blog entry by jordancarroll on Jul 30, 2014

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I had landed in brisbane and went through all the security sections to go to get my luggage, i went to the nearest bus that goes down to the gold coast which was near my house and caught it there which took another hour. I had finally arrived home after the long trip.

Miami is one of the best places ive been to, and would move there any day. The people there are always out there.
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At sea

A travel blog entry by prinret on Apr 30, 2014

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... her practice there. George was of Italian extraction. He owned an ice cream establishment that was mainly run by family members. He had retired to Miami. While both maintained separate residences in Miami, they seemed to travel extensively together, especially on cruises.

The other couple was Marge and Ira. They were retired business people from New Jersey who essentially were ...

Day 8 Back to canada

A travel blog entry by jennadoucette on Apr 27, 2014

Today was a tiring and sad day because we debarked the ship and took the bus back to the Miami airport. Leaving the ship was really sad because there was so many good memories on the cruise . The trip back went a lot more smooth then on the way here because we weren't delayed. When we got to the Miami airport we checked in and waited around 1 1/2h then ...

Between Worlds

A travel blog entry by ortrun on Mar 13, 2014

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... huuuuuge alligators chilling out in the shallow waters.
Back on land, we saw an alligator show and were even able to hold a baby alligator – now I understand why these guys are used for handbags and stuff – they are incredibly smooth and soft, you'd never guess! Amazing! I suppressed the urge of cuddling that little fella – he would have probably bitten my nose off or something. And I really like my nose, of course.
Still ...

Swampland!

A travel blog entry by simoncole on Nov 12, 2013

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... Essentially it is a 60 mile wide slow flowing river which creates a huge swamp. It isn't especially attractive, but it is home to Alligators. Out first activity of the day was a wetland walk. We waded up to our waist through a cypress tree swamp and saw snakes, owls and may other interesting flora and fauna. Yes - this IS a place ...

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