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... glance of Miami with the tall towers of Downtown in the distance. Mike said it was like real life 'Grand Theft Auto'! As usual they asked if we wanted to upgrade to a bigger SUV which we declined. Just as well as when got down to where they allocated the cars they gave us a free upgrade to a min van! We literally walked over to a group of them and took our pick! We loaded up and finally got out onto the streets of Miami, although not before ...
We had a whole week together in a two bedroom apartment in Orlando where we spent a lot of time just chilling out. We ventured out for swims in the pool, mini golf, the beach, surfing and then retired back home for home cooked meals, cocktails, beer pong, more cocktails and cooking lessons for me (Dave says, "thanks Allison"). Home cook meals are a novelty for us but it was important to mix it up and take Allison and Adriaan to a few fast food chains to ...
... it tasted very well.
Then we went to Miami by a taxi too see the NBA final of Miami Heat-Oklahoma City Thunder.
We arrived to American Airlines Arena, went in and bought some Miami Heat soveneirs.
Then we went to take our seats to watch the game.
The players game out too the court and the whole arena started cheering.
... its buildings, South Beach got a new lease on life in 1979. Under the leadership of Barbara Baer Capitman, a dedicated crusader for the Art Deco region, and the Miami Design Preservation League, founded by Baer Capitman and five friends, an area made up of an estimated 800 buildings was granted a listing on the National Register of Historic Places.
Designers then began highlighting long-lost architectural details ...
... eaten since 8 pm Friday night. We eat our lunch from the buffet and return to the Lido deck for the Bon Voyage festivities. There is dancing and everyone has a fair well drink in their hand. We explore the ship a little before dinner and meet a few people along the way. After dinner the jet lag finally sets in, we go back to our stateroom to watch a little tv, the live cameras around the ship, before we call it a night. Good ...