Courtyard Miami Dadeland
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... from Caribbean Airlines to take us to the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Miami Airport and Convention Center. He did not seem very happy at that news. I could not tell if his sour attitude was due to the voucher or the fact that he was not exactly sure where the hotel was located. Regardless, an $80 ride later and we were at the hotel. Once our bags were unloaded, the driver took the voucher with the hotel address and left.
... and weirdly, aliens! We were amazed by how detailed the art was and I just kept wondering how this was done with cans of spray paint. We realised we really needed to walk back down the streets we had just walked down because the opposite way had as much art work hiding in the knooks and crannies of all the buildings, and you completely missed this with your back to it. We went to an outside gallery called 'The Wynwood Walls' where certain street artists had ...
... a cruise.
Our first cruise was with NCL on the Sky. The cruise is only for three days. We thought it would be fun to take a pre-cruise before we went on the main cruise. The dates also worked out perfectly. We are to take this cruise and then immediately go from this cruise onto the next one - on a different cruise ship though - The Sun.
Check-in for this short cruise went smoothly. We ...
... acquired the property in 1973, the first restoration did not begin until 1983. Four years and $55 million later, the re-opening was celebrated at a black-tie event with 600 guests. A victim of a sour economy, the Biltmore closed for the second time in 1990.
Seaway Hotels Corporation, a multinational consortium, bought the property in 1992 and over a period of 10 years, undertook a second multi-million dollar restoration. Guest rooms were ...
... br> sign and shaking their heads. This area
is our sanctuary away from kids….I don't mind kids but, c'mon….no no no! I was
about to shout down to her (the eating area looks down on the pool) but, just
before I did, a man walked over to her, pointed at the sign and then at
her. She was MOST unhappy at his
helpfulness and looked up at us shaking her head as if she expected
support! I said "THERE IS CLEARLY A