Baymont Inn & Suites Miami Airport West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... some really interesting buildings that I could not really look at as I was riding, then there were the rows of yachts, crowds of people everywhere and mental traffic. we road around for about 2 hours. We got back around 10:30 and met our host and again we have been very lucky as she is extremely friendly and easy going, and also used to ride a motorcycle. Also got a reply from the couch surfing site and we now have somewhere to stay in Tampa when we start on our way ...
... up the 6 flights of stairs. No way was I going to try to get one of the 2 available elevators with a whole hotel worth of people trying at the same time. The thing that concerned me more than the rude awakening, was the fact that I never saw one fire truck or police car pull up. If that alarm had sounded in a hotel at home, they'd have come rolling up loaded for bear.
Then it was back to sleep, tomorrow we'd be boarding our Ship.
After many hours of sleep, we found a little breakfast place in a mall that is attached to the Marriott. Now we were ready to begin our day.
We left the hotel around 10:30 and headed to Bayside which is an open mall type of place with lots of little shops. Along the way we passed by the sports arena where the Miami Heat plays. We made a few other picture spots along the way.
We took a walk in Royal Palm Hammock to an observation platform overlooking the salt marsh. According to some historians the word hammock may be traced to an American Indian word "hamaca", which means shady place. A wide variety of plants grow in the hammock like Wild Coffee - a relative of commercial coffee. They call the Gumbo Limbo Tree the tourist tree because of the ...
Day at sea, then debarked ship in Miami. Took a Trolley which as always was free and had a friendly driver, this time we went all the way to Miracle Mile in Coral Gables. Caught up on internetin Pollo Tropical, then walked along Miracle Mile which had some wedding shops and restaurants but was mostly dull, lunch ...