Travel Blogs from Miami
... Pre-Screen TSA" line, which is supposed to be faster but really it just means it's faster AFTER you pass through (no shoes off, no computers out, etc). We inhaled some dinner at a Mexican restaurant, and got on the plane to make it back to DC. The plane was not full, but my row was, and it turns out the guy sitting in my row had met Jason before on a search committee for a new dean at Marymount...the world is small. Here ends part I.
... world wide in America". After travelling through more than half the states in the country, we have met hundreds of locals in motels, restaurants, bars, gas stations and coffee shops. Americans have an inquisitive nature. A few people per day would start a conversation with "I love your accent, where are you from, where are you going". They were fascinated with the fact that we would drive across their country. These conversations helped us realise why only half ...
... 0, 0, 0, 0); box-sizing: border-box;">“…no… Thats not it…”
I started to feel some anxiety.
“What time ees your appointment for?
... is very pretty with beautiful old buildings and Spanish moss hanging from the trees (it was originally a Spanish settlement). The fairy lights covering the buildings and the beautiful Christmas decorations throughout the town made this place really stand out as such a sweet little town! Savannah - again a very old town established in 1733! It is filled with squares and statues most dedicated to southern heroes. We also did a ghost tour here ...
... it was extremely busy...... Reminded us of the Gold Coast with St Kilda Melbourne atmosphere and people from L.A walking around.....and cars cursing the beat......cyclists, skate boarders, dog walkers you name it had it......a buzzing bustling atmosphere people everywhere, scantily clad, ..................eye candy everywhere, both men and women. Stopped and took a photo outside Carlyle Cafe were the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking