Mermaid Guesthouse

Address: 909 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, 33140, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Miami Beach

And then we waited for the plague of frogs.

A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on Mar 05, 2015

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... Nothing! No amount of tapping and banging it would resuscitate it back to life. No amount of telling it that its parents weren’t married would cajole it back from the dead….. It was, as the famous Monty Python sketch of the dead parrot went… an extinct SatNav…. An ex SatNav… A SatNav that has gone to meet its maker…. Probably somewhere in the Far East. So instead of the High Tech SatNav we were reduced to ****-Nav. This is ...

Miami...bikinis, cork wedges and muscle tees

A travel blog entry by robandfliss on Mar 26, 2014

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... tourists in bikinis and muscle tees. It's much more Spanish than we thought, with lovely beaches, cool markets, the Art Deco district and good food. We enjoyed catching up with Elizabeth, a friend of a friend who lives in Miami and showed us around, and I loved my coffee date with Ash Andrews, a friend from work.

We had a fabulous day out at the Everglades on an airboat, alligator spotting. We saw lots and Rob even held one... Ewwww!

I had the ...

The Sunshine State

A travel blog entry by fgigase on Mar 23, 2014

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... towels. On day one, the three of us were still the whitest ones on the beach, and the ten layers of sunscreen we put on made us look like ghosts compared to all the tanned bikinibodies surrounding us. But that was about to change! After a couple of hours in the bright sun, we headed to the boulevard to find some bottled water and a nice place to have lunch. We enjoyed our shrimpcocktails and seafood salads and felt quite cool when they did not check for ID and gave us an ice ...

The Holocaust Memorial

A travel blog entry by filipmontberg on Feb 05, 2014

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... hosts a large number of holocaust survivors. The monument managed to both captured the horror of the holocaust yet there's an omnipresence of peacefulness to honor the victimes. While standing at the edge of the reflection pool and looking at the hand reaching for the sky everything kind of stopped for a minute. However when you come a little closer to the base of the statue at the inner sanctum you see the statues up ...

Miami's clenches

A travel blog entry by sararuth on Jun 07, 2013

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Finally escaping Miami after being held captive overnight . After a four hours sleep at the Double Tree and a shuttle bus ride that smelled like someone's sneeze...I'm ready to see what Buenos Aires has to offer! Hopefully it's more than a mugging and discomfort at my lack of spanish language mastery. Some good coffee will put things right ...

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