Courtyard by Marriott Miami at Dolphin Mall
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... fees it cost all up $76 so will be careful next time! They even offered Mojitos here for breakfast (see photo). Walked down beachside boulevard before hailing a cab. On the way back to the hotel we had the cabbie take us through "Little Havana" where we saw a very different style of architecture and local Cubans at their favourite competitive pastime - Dominos. Packed the rental car and off we went to the airport straight to the Hertz return area. We ...
... the administration of President Dwight Eisenhower. Presidents Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush and Obama have all annually renewed TWEA sanctions against Cuba.
What is now called the Cuban Embargo was initiated in response to the confiscation by the regime of Fidel Castro of private property owned by both Cubans and Americans in 1960. The current embargo—legally created by Congress under provisions of the Helms-Burton ...
... wandering through shops getting a few little bits and pieces. Before sitting down to grab some sushi. Once I'd finished eating I tried to make my way back to the bus stop but managed to get lost along the way and spent about half an hour wandering trying to find the road I needed to be on. :/ finally I made it onto the right bus. And by the time I got back to the hotel I was well and truly ready to crash for the ...
... here so we continued north onto Fort Myres beach. The south of the beach (the beach being a long thin island off the coast) was a large marina surrounded by country and golf clubs but as we'd moved north the neighbourhood make up changed to bars and burger joints. We made camp for the night in the Lighthouse Inn and joined the rednecks for a hoe down with another spectacular light show courtesy of the hurricane in the Gulf of ...
... handy in miami I had no idea how much I would need it. We went to a beauty salon because I wanted my eyebrows done. "How much to do my eyebrows" seemed to be too difficult for the Hispanic lady to understand. We had to point to our eyebrows and mine what we meant for her to finally tell us $30 dollars. Nah mate ain't nobody gonna pay that much. You would think that eyebrows is something that is part of the common knowledge of someone who works in a beauty shop. Clearly not here! ...