Extended Stay America - Miami - Airport - Doral
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 10:30 and I'm sitting in the outside food court at Dolphin Mall, pondering how much money I just spent and feeling ridiculous. I realized, hmm, I'm exhausted and dizzy and I want to go back to the airport and eat and then pass out at the gate. The bus comes at :55 on every hour, so I'd just missed the last one, but I had nothing better to do so I headed to the bus station. And waited. And waited. And witnessed a fight. And talked to a few ladies ...
While long waits are the rule, we had no problem getting lunch at the very popular Lulu's in the Plaza in Coconut Grove. Because it was 2 PM and we agreed to sit inside, we were seated immediately, the service was friendly and my BL (fried green)T was delicious.
We spent the afternoon literally in traffic. We had hoped to visit the Perez Museum, but by the time we got downtown it was close to 4PM. A cloudburst made the always awful Miami ...
... cruise and first cruise to take us to several islands in this tropical paradise. We have previously visited Cuba and Jamaica as well as the Bahamas and Dominican Republic.
We felt immediately at home and privileged to join 1,248 fellow passengers and 800 crew aboard M/S Riviera, a mid-size luxury cruiser christened in Barcelona in the spring of 2012.
Before leaving port our ...
... With the Enemy Act and President Woodrow Wilson signed it into law. The objective of this law was to stop any American from trading with our enemies during World War I. Various countries from Germany to Japan and including Myanmar and Sudan have appeared on this list over the past 98 years.
North Korea was once on this list, but President George W. Bush in 2008 whittled the list to a single country, Cuba, which had first made the list during the final ...
... Gator show, where a guy showed us him feeding 7, 6 foot gators, relatively easily. Everyone wanted to see him lose an arm, but he didn't. I got the opportunity to hold a baby gator, which was pretty cool. It was smoother and lighter than I thought it would be, but still pretty cool.
The bus back took about an hour, and when we got back, Frida and I decided to head to the beach so we walked across the road (the hostel is extremely ...