Di Lido Beach Hotel

Address: 1669 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the City Center area of Miami Beach, is near Wynwood, Duck Tours Miami, New World Symphony, and GoCar Tours Miami.
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Travel Blogs from Miami Beach

Deco and Gators

A travel blog entry by mattandjen on Aug 29, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... only made it to 8th Ave before heading to the beach!

So, it is HOT and HUMID. Matt and Jen walked back along the sand. Sarah and Emma danced, skipped, ran, jumped and weaved in, through and out of the water. Near our hotel, we all jumped into the ocean but it was barely cooler than the air so while nice, not as refreshing as it could have been! It was a great intro to the ocean ...

Road Trip

A travel blog entry by stewy08 on Jul 07, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... stops me from enjoying the Holland v Chile game with Dennie in a bar that houses a surprising amount of Dutch fans given the 12pm start time. The majority of whom are all hell bent on speaking their native language much to Dennie's annoyance. 'Speak English, you're in America' he gripes whilst translating conversations to me. He still goes home happy with the rest of the orange army following the result however. Over our first few days in the US, Karen ...

Days 282 - 298: Cruising On Land and at Sea

A travel blog entry by djmorton on Feb 27, 2014

206 photos

... with no sleep. What are friends for!

The four of us went to Disney World on one of the days. Although it was really a 'for the kids' theme park, we had an enjoyable day. The queues were extremely long and the sun was hot so we split the day into two. After dinner, we returned to watch the the Nighttime Spectacular shows. An electric light parade followed a light show. Famous Disney songs and the voices of Disney characters matched the light show projected on to ...

Day 4 Hello, Miami

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Jan 04, 2014

12 photos

... our afternoon adventure.

This evening we dined at Casablanca's and dined outside on the terrace. The salmon salads were the absolute best. Also, tried the fried sweet plantains. I love these. The salmon salad was fried pieces of salmon with taco shells that had refried beans spread on them. Avocado, onions, and lots of greens were the remainder of the salad. This had to be one of the best salads ever. The views were fantastic of ...

4 nights in Miami between Christmas & New Year's

A travel blog entry by djk_au on Dec 27, 2013

29 photos

... speakers, there are many Brazilians as well as all sorts of Europeans. One of our cab drivers was a Haitian guy - there must be quite a few of them, as there are signs in 'Patois' (a Haitian dialect of French) in many places in Miami.

We might be getting used to the American accent on TV (many of the shows on TV at home are American anyway) but we were reminded again of another 'only in America' ...