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... of hotel since it would be a great fit for a a group of young people. The price of the hotel is also reasonable at $124.14 per night. I booked through http://www.booking.com which I would definitely recommend for people looking to book a hotel.
The staff here are excellent with everyone, they are always on time when I order room service or when I give them a ...
... pretty boys to stuff around with the ball. They do pass the ball forward but hardly ever kick it (so I'm not sure why it is called football), and touch downs don't require the ball to be placed under control on to the ground as in rugby, it just needs to be carried across the goal line. So I think they should call a touch down a carry over or even a try (as in they tried to touch it down) and rugby should call a try a touch down (makes sense to ...
... on early neoclassical styles with the application of exotic motifs such as flora, fauna, and fountains based on geometric patterns. But it's a lot more than just color. If you look carefully, you will see the intricacies and impressive craftsmanship that went into each building back in Miami in the '20s, '30s, '40s, and today, thanks to intensive restoration.
After years of neglect and calls for the wholesale ...
... we saw brownstone houses and many churches too. We got to try some soul food at Sylvia’s. We had collard greens, candied yams (sweet potato) and corn bread. All absolutely delicious. Definitely a great way to get kids to eat vegies (and Stu for that matter…) It was during the tour that my body started to let me down. The body aches were coming in waves and I could barely walk. We decided to pick up a tub of African Shea Butter (only $3) after our tour guide suggested ...
... and mounds of Yucca. To be hones the Cuban Speck had at Medi was better than the one at El Tropical Cafeteria.
Back across the parking lot to the hotel and it was time for goodbyes. It had been a great trip, new friends made, pranks pulled, and memories shared. Already there was talk of a second cruise and promises were made to try to arrange one. As Joel and Karina had to take the 5am shuttle everyone turned in early and come morning they were gone.