Best Miami Hotel
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... third moniker. For example, the main drag where we live is SW 200th Street and is also called Quail Roost Drive and also Rt. 994. The GPS will often give me directions to turn on a street such as Krome Ave and I have no idea that it is 177th Avenue and also RT 997.
As is our custom, we wandered around the immediate area where we were staying and found a local park to explore. Their web site informs us that ...
We woke up feeling refreshed. Night time is weird because you go to bed not even needing a sheet and then it slowly gets chilly so you wake up and need a blanket and then when the sun comes up its a toaster oven again. I guess it's just this time of year and I don’t mind it so much as it acts like an alarm in the morning to force you out of bed and to start the day. We went to the garden to take advantage of the free pancakes and coffee. They provide everything ...
... ten. Fcuk it, i said "here man I'll help you out with a couple of bucks." Despite his specific mention of neither being a alcoholic or drug addict, it was hard not to notice the smell of alcohol on him as hugged me. It doesn't really matter. What ever the case, NOBODY is out doing that sort of stuff on the streets for fun. After a long day of walking around in the heat, we decided to brush the trip to another featured place as it was too far away, we opted ...
... the gates. Who knows what was going on; all I knew
is that this was making my arrival even later! Finally, we are able to get on
board. Next thing I know, there are voices all around asking who is sitting in
seat 12D. I, of course was sitting in 12D. My seat was saturated with what was
once a large cup of coffee. I asked for another seat, but was told the flight
was full. My seatbelt was soaked and the steward added ...
... few times when silence reigned. An incredible day and like most heightened experiences very difficult to describe. Today I went to Coral Castle. The story goes that this one man (Ed-the-Latvian) built a castle (1920-40) from the limestone coral that sits no more than 3ft from the surface of most of Florida, to try and win back his fiancée who left him the day before their wedding! He was 26! It is often referred to as America's Stonehenge and is an ...