Courtyard Miami Coral Gables
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... the festival and its sugar charged, caffeinated visitors had moved on.
The mission is of Fairchild is to save tropical plant diversity by exploring, explaining and conserving the world of tropical plants. Fundamental to this task is inspiring a greater knowledge and love for plants and gardening so that all can enjoy the beauty and bounty of the tropical world.
Fairchild gets its name from one of the most famous plant explorers ...
... left an hour for a 25 minute journey, we managed to arrive an hour late, a big shout out goes to the Americans for the most unorganised parking procedure! The queue was like a free for all, and probably looked like a game of bumper cars from far away, and still took us an hour to move 1 mile! Still we made it in the arena, and lucky enough they started the show 2 hours later than the time said anyway! Our seats were amazing, being on the floor level and 8 rows back from ...
... roads with good signs and universal acceptance of credit cards.
Although we did check out the kite site "Crandon Park" on Biscayne Bay, it was not inspiring enough to get Brian on the water. A departing kiteboarder from Spain explained that the beach is now closed to kiteboarders from June-September on the weekends. He had just been kicked off the beach as it was Sunday, June 1st (I imagine this wasn't a big surprise but certainly an inconvenience). ...
... hole created inside the coral is 15 feet of a watery swimming pool with another 15 feet above water clearance staring up at the coral formations and small eroded holes which let in streams of sunlight.Easily one of the most thrilling experiences of the summer! The brightly colored fish inside the Grotto swarm about in front of your masked face as they are clearly accustomed to the visiting humans and the rice we knew to bring them. We swam around this natural ...
... drinks and delicious finger food, and also an interesting talk about the subject.
Next day we visited this beautiful Mall, "Village at Merrick Park", and had lunch with her friend Mati. The place is amazing, I almost thought I was at the Raffles hotel in Singapore! Nice special shops!
On saturday morning we went to do a little Tai Chi/Qigong at a farmer's market, after which I bought some croissants from ...