Plaza Venetia Hotel

555 NE 15th St., Miami, Florida, United States | Condo
 

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Little Havana Versailles

A travel blog entry by craigandsarah

Our flight to Miami was smooth and we landed a few minutes ahead of schedule. After grabbing our bags Monica and Marcelo picked us up curbside and unknown to us we were in for a great treat. They took us to Little Havana and we ate at a very famous Cuban restaurant called Versailles. The food was amazing and after a long leisurely meal we walked outside to the cafe associated with the restaurant for a cup of Cuban coffee. It comes in a ...

Long flight, soft landing

A travel blog entry by beadledove

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... is located right next to highway 836, a main artery that goes east and west through the Miami area ending on the east in South Beach. She brought loads of brochures and maps to plan our excursions over the next four days.

After our nap we took a drive in the afternoon past Coral Gables and out to the Art Deco area of South Beach. The upbeat energy and eclectic ...

I'll take "Things I won't Ever Do" for $500, Alex.

A travel blog entry by bpancoast

... well as Customs. They have automated Passport Control now, which was really weird! (http://www.miami-airport.com/releases/ 2013-11-18-MIA_LAUNCHES_SELF-SERVICE_PA SSPORT_CONTROL_KIOSKS.asp) But, we got through passports in like 10 minutes flat. Customs took a while longer because the line was really long, but overall, we cleared through both in about 40 minutes...record time! The there was TSA again, and I got randomly selected to go ...

Farewell and Thank You to All

A travel blog entry by 2014galapagos

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... passed the tomb once again and have discovered what seems to be the end of the cave. My eyes are met with a single pedestal in the center of a large cavern. The cavern contains waterfalls and light sources originating from cracks in the rocks. I must say it’s beautiful but I dispose of these unnecessary thoughts and begin to examine the pedestal. The origins of the pedestal must be over 1000 years and the carvings on it are in an unknown language. My eye ...

Our first day in Miami

A travel blog entry by paulandkaren

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... oil and parmesan cheese and were so good. We had a lovely red wine from Nappa Valley to go with it. For dessert we had the best chocolate cake ever, the waitress told me it tasted to good because it had mayonnaise in it - of course it did!

After dinner our host arranged a table at the bar so we could watch the rest of the game on the big screen. Our barman made us a Mudslide each (Baileys, Kahlua and Vodka) and we watched Miami win. ...

 

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