Best Miami Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Oh and I almost forgot (!) the walking/jogging track :) Yes, a track right around the ship all beautifully set up, with ocean views all the way around of course, because it is outside! Okay - I walked once and Henry jogged twice :) :) Looks like plenty of catch up fitness plan will be happening at Dove Court in the very near future - sigh! However, I guess one of the classic memories of this cruise will be when Ben entered the karaoke competition ...
The richest city in America, Miami, offers the country's third largest skyline. Nicknamed as "Capital of Latin America", it is the only major city in America to be margined by two national parks. Miami welcomes tourists all over the world displaying its white sandy extraordinary beaches, spectacular Everglades, lush green tropical forests, natural wonders, turquoise sparkling blue water, surprisingly ...
... at Lincoln Road and then walked all the way down Ocean Drive. I wanted to see a hotel called the Betsy which is a classic and it was located at the top end if the beach. Even though it is one stretch of beach it us split into two Miami Beach and South Beach. A very relaxing day now time to start packing for the ...
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... the show if/when that happens.
After the show we went on our airboat tour. It started by winding down the canal which gave us plenty of opportunity to spot lots of the wildlife from Roseate Spoonbill and White Ibis birds, soft-shelled turtles, fish and of course alligators. The guide was telling us that there are more than 28 different snakes, a few of which are venomous living in the Everglades. Apparently in ...