The Carlyle

1250 Ocean Drive, Miami, Florida, 33130, United States | Condo
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Location

This condo, located in the Flamingo / Lummus area of Miami, is near South Pointe Park, Miami Design Preservation League, World Erotic Art Museum (WEAM), and Art Deco District Welcome Center.
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Travel Blogs from Miami

When in Rome ...

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie on Aug 11, 2014

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... We spent lots of Thursday and Friday in contact with the travel agency to make sure we were able to get to Miami by Sunday night. Luckily, they were able to arrange that for us. Saturday night we flew into Lisbon Airport and stayed overnight in a hotel, before our early morning flight to Miami.

It’s now Monday afternoon at 11:30am Miami time as I’m writing this. We are all packed in ...

Florida Keys #2

A travel blog entry by edddadams on Jun 18, 2014

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Enjoyed our free breakfast, a lil but ropey from last night. We checked out and went walking around Key West in search of the famous Key Lime Pie restaurant. Passing Ernest Hemingway's house famed for his eccentric lifestyle and 6-toed cats. After a couple of hours of searching we eventually came across the restaurant facing harsh weather conditions of extreme sun and humidity a big slice ...

Wrap Up

A travel blog entry by paul_and_sharon on Mar 30, 2014

1 comment

... To imaging something being built 1450-1540 on a mountain top of this scale is amazing. Our 3 hours were not enough but we have a ship to catch. Back to Cusco for a night, 2 flights with a 3 hour delay and Infinity waits off shore in Manta for our return. Now onto the Panama Canal. It takes about 8 hours to go from Ocean to Ocean. The locks are celebrating 100 years in operation and it works like clockwork. From the Pacific, we ...

Miami Heat

A travel blog entry by irini-octupus on Mar 17, 2014

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... a ´half door´. Someone can be outside a closed WC cubicle and manage to pop their entire head under that closed door. Hopefully did not havesuch an experience ! 5. There are no PINs to use  with your credit or debit card. Paying by card is a complete DIY business. The machine is on the customers side so you swipe your card and sign an electronic signature on the machine. The funny thing is while there are no PINS no one will ask for ID or ...

Getting Inked

A travel blog entry by footloose_llr on Feb 24, 2014

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... we were up, last bits and pieces packed and ready to head out for breakfast by 7.30. The plan was to go back to the posh restaurant, Seven Seas aft on the 5th deck, for breakfast this morning but for some reason ( maybe because I was tired and a bit hungover perhaps? ) I took us to the Four Seasons, midship on the 5th deck, and then stood there a bit confused (again) because it was closed!! We ended up at the buffet which wasn't too bad but certainly not nearly as ...