Courtyard by Marriott Miami Airport West/Doral
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... the movies, amazing lighting, sound and confetti. As expected drinks were so pricey but we were drunk enough that we didn't care. We all just let go and had a great time, eventually Danielle had had enough and I took her back to the room. I met Sue back down at the club and we went for a smoke, I turned the corner and boom who do I see...None other then Puk and he's beautiful girlfriend. I couldn't pass up the opportunity to have a chat so I went right over and we spoke for a ...
... was dead so I couldn’t capture this moment, but
boy did I want to. The angry faces of all of us once hopeful passengers, and
the “who gives a **** about any of you,” look of the manager.
After that, we were defeated. A couple girls and I decided
to get together and split a hotel. If there’s one thing about travelling
independently, you are forced to meet people you never would ordinarily talk ...
... review of an exhibition at the Library of Virginia. It is cold during the winter months starting in June and in the summer it is warmer. Prabhu, Pai, Nayak, Nayak, Nayak. The Jinns will have Jinn women and the humans will have female humans. DFT aims to reduce both the variation and duration of response to demand. The draft's order of selection depends on where the team finishes in the league standings. Created in December ...
... walked down Duval Street and visited some more tourist shops where they were selling Key Lime Pie recipes, Cuban cigar boxes and beautiful handcrafted jewelry that I could not resist buying.
On Wednesday morning we had to pack our bags and check out of the hotel, but first we enjoyed another delicious breakfast. We could leave our suitcases in a storage room so we were free to spend one more day roaming around the island. We went back to the harbor and bought a ticket ...
... needle fish, big grasshoppers mating, large mouth bass, flying turkey's, and the trees included royal palm, cypress, mangrove, gumbo limbo and orchids. We then took what is called a slow-wet-walk through a cypress dome and 2ft of still water where two species of poisonous snakes like to play... we came across an alligator sink hole (which basically retains its water throughout the seasons) and saw a 6ft female gator lying on the bank. We stood about 20ft away ...
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