Dream South Beach
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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... along the way. Lakes and woodland areas. We arrived into Miami late and had to wait fur a bus to take us over to Miami beach. It was Avery long journey 1 1/2 hrs with some very interesting characters onboard. We managed to get off at the right stop thanks to the wonder if google maps and our hostel was under an inch of water ...
Not as hot as yesterday and with a wonderful warm breezing blowing, today was the perfect day to experience South Beach like a local lazing under the sun by the clear emerald water. There are areas on the beach where you can hire comfy chairs and umbrellas for $10 each - not cheap but decent value for the service. So we got the chairs and started lazing and in fact once I put the chair down to a flat position, I fell ...
... and brought it down in the lobby where we left so we could go to the Lincoln mall in Miami Beach. We left Miami Beach at around 3:30 to cross the state of Florida. We drove on highway 41 through the Everglades all the way across to the golf of Mexico. On the other side we found a publix grocery store close to fort Myers, where we ended up staying the night in the car which was a little different than the night ...
... and tacos from the buffet. It did not take long before their debarkation number was called and they were off the boat by 10. After being processed through customs (Speck got a visa stamp for some reason, guess he is now legally in the country?) Speck helped get the bags to a landmark and went in search of the shuttle to take him back to where his car was hopefully still safely parked. No luck. He could not find his ride back to the car so he walked the mile or so ...
... coloured. We were staying at the Viscay Hotel which was really comfortable and only one block back from Ocean Drive so right in the hustle and bustle. It was in Miami that I had my first salad in the states – ah healthy food, at least the options are on the menu here unlike in NYC. We also had some frozen cocktails which seem to be the specialty here. It was weird even though we were in the States it already felt like we were in Mexico, ...