Churchill Suites Crown Miami Beach
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... couple of deco style buildings (public washrooms and canteen) and wander down to the beach. Hot and beautiful. When on Miami Beach one must do what the beach bums do... so we trekked over to the lounger section and inquired about renting a couple for an hour. Well, the first very fancy, stylish brown wooden ones (this is going to be like the three bears story) were for hotel guests only. The nice sturdy yet comfy white ones were $25 for the day ...
... included a suggestion that was physically impossible.
Discretion suggested that we give up the ocean front streets to the Budweiser crowd at night but it was easy to see that the preserved art deco theme of South Beach would be fun to explore in months other than March. In the 1930s, an architectural revolution had came to South Beach, bringing Art Deco, Streamline Moderne, ...
It was Murali’s birthday today and also the day we would start our journey to Miami! After the many birthday wishes, we embarked on our trip. Miami was a few hours away and we were planning to go to the Duck Tours, Hop On Hop Off Tours and the Island Cruise. However, our day was ruined by the rain and we had to cancel some activities. We finally went to the Island Cruise, and while we unfortunately didn’t see the Miami Heat, we saw their stadium! ...
... 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.
When I arrived in Miami and headed to the hostel my fear was spending my four months travelling with no human interaction but now I am settled here I think that would be impossible as I have met a new person everyday and they are all so friendly. As its so hard to remember everybodys name it has become custom to shout their country so I now respond to Linda, Glasgow and Scotland which is funny when your chatting in a big group at the hostel.
I was ...