European Guest House - Biscayne Blvd & 67th Street

515 NE 67th Street, Miami, Florida, 33138, United States | Hotel
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Miami

A travel blog entry by lukebillinge on Sep 16, 2014

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... apartment. We had one drink and then the weather turned on us, really strong wind and rain so we headed back home. Jesus had another couch surfer staying with him at the time from Austria also. Jesus cooked us some pork and fried plantain which was really nice! We had a few beers and played cards for the rest of the evening. The next day, he took me to south beach, this is where all the ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by jordancarroll on Jul 22, 2014

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... compared to ours.

My accommodation is at Marriott Miami in the heart of Miami my room is costing $188 per night and staying for 6 nights so it will be around $1100, The Hotel is a 4 star and is well known for great accommodation and service, The Hotel is only 10 minutes walk away from Miami Beach and right off the city. I unpacked some of my clothes and went down to Miami Beach ...

I'm in McDonalds, Bitch

A travel blog entry by doove on May 01, 2014

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... what actually happened was that I slept past my stop and ultimately had 15 minutes to get out and have a wander round a supermarket before having to turn all the way back. Hahaha - 9 hours to visit a ******* supermarket! At least the drive had some decent views of what I was supposed to have seen and I had the bus tramps to keep me entertained…

This time some white guy did something, im not sure what to anger these four G’s who spoke like cartoons ...

At sea

A travel blog entry by prinret on Apr 30, 2014

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Today was our first day at sea.

Our stateroom was in Concierge class, with a balcony. The room attendant, Joy, was a Filipino woman, who was pleasant and efficient. She had two children back in the Philippines and like so many crew members found she could make much better money on an American ship than she could ever hope to make at home.

As usual, it takes a few days to get all ...

The Only Constant in Cuba is Change

A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco on Mar 13, 2014

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... legal thanks to a “People to People” license through the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control. The OFAC license stipulates that our group must have a full-time schedule of educational activities that will result in meaningful interactions between ourselves and the Cuban people we meet.

And we would soon discover that the requirements of our People to People license, especially the meaningful interactions, would be met—and ...