Tradewinds Apartment Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... the beach (maybe the bad guys fled thinking Sonny & Rico were real??).
Stepping gingerly around the splashes of vomit left the night before, we jumped on one of those hop-on, hop-off buses that will often times give you a great overview of a city when you're tight for time. This one did provide some insight as to the fabulous art deco history of South Beach in particular, and ...
... de colors pastels. És molt bonic: Les palmeres, el cel blau i aigua que ho envolta. Musica "latina" per tot arreu (oh, ja no tenim el nostre CD de reggaeton), cotxes orteres i gent ortera. Pero divertit.
Com que tenim gana, ens parem al primer xiringuito que trobem, veig que algú esta menjant calamars a la romana! El cambrer ens diu que fan paella i com que es diumenge i estem delits de la ...
... takes a while to get used to handing dollars bills around! After the cocktail fiasco we headed to the beach to cool our tempers (mainly fussys lol) and went back to the hostel with a $7 six pack and made a bunch of new mates from South America. Lots of fun getting to test out our Spanish! Flows a lot more fluently after a few beers! Safe to say Miami is all about the sun and party lifestyle, going to be a welcomed few days of beers and beach ...
... be a fun game too). Otherwise anything goes. Start time: 2:21 - go! Since I've walked the route before I am less distracted by my surroundings. But I do recognize some faces. Geez that baby is Still crying. And that woman hasn't even touched her meal. Okay I said *less distracted. I zero in on my ending point. Gate. D16 - 2:33. Time - 12 minutes. What?? There's no way I'm going to let that sky train beat me by 3 whole minutes. I can do better. I take ...
Arriving on US soil looking like a backpacker straight out of Central America, a place where drugs are rife, does lead to multiple questioning and an extensive baggage search, which I can safely say was clean. I'm just gald I didn't have Colombia on my list of countries visited. Anyway, my time in Central America has come to an end and my time in Miami was extremely short lived, but a nice stop over. I had the whole day in Miami en route to Nice, France and decided ...