Flamingo South Beach / Calico Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Miami's South Beach is in all the gossip mags as a place where the stars step out with their white high heels and Starbucks (which by the way introduced an amazing new drink called the 'flat white' yesterday). But It all began back in the late 1920s when the place - what there was of it, which wasn't much - was flattened by a violent hurricane. The move to rebuild came in the 1930s. It was the Great Depression, but happened to coincide with two ...
... or shimmying. The answer is probably a combination of woos and shimmies, as well as hair-flinging. No, the hipless, boobless, blonde white girl in the corner did not partake. She did enjoy the entertainment, while clocking some kms. Owen had an altogether different experience at Crunch Gym. Greeted by a passionate, outgoing young man named Corbin, Owen hit it off right away with the gym staff and marched upstairs for a workout. There wasn't ...
... chit-chatting about this and that. He told me he is working on a video project in which he interviews passengers about Miami. He revealed a crude light setup attached tonthe back of the front passenger's headrest. When we arrived at the Miami International Airport, I agreed to be interviewed, Mark pulled out his handheld video camera and we proceeded. I introduced myself as Ian, and explained that I am an urban survival enthusiast from Minneapolis, here in Florida ...
... there is not a lot in the area besides hotels, resorts and a few restaurants and clubs. After checking out the area we got a 12 pack of Pabst Blue Ribbon beers for $9 and had a few beers while getting ready for the basketball. At 5.30 we headed out to Collins street to catch a S or C bus that takes us to downtown that drives right past the arena. The bus ride over was hell, even though it was only a short drive it took forever due to the amount of stops and ...
... Hotel and also the Venetian Pool, where Esther Williams filmed one of her movies! The big red bus took us next too Little Havana where, around Calle Ocho, the exiled Cuban community has created their home since the time when Castro came to power in Cuba. The original exiles were wealthy business people who, when it became clear that Castro was staying, established there businesses in Little Havana. The long street that forms the spine of ...