Extended Stay America - Miami - Airport - Blue Lagoon
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> Depending on how my trip turns out in terms of timing and budget my ultimate
aim would be to get a European train travel pass and head back to
Germany by train starting in Athens. This would mean taking night
trains and spending 1-3 days in South-East Europe's main cities. This
is a region I have never really visited so seems a legit plan :)
Stay tuned for more thoughts and pics!
... saw many jelly fish in the water. We made good use of the pool instead. We then went for a walk down to the mall and got some photos of the Art Deco buildings. Did a Bit of window shopping beige we had dinner at a very nice Greek restaurant close to where we were staying. Probably ordered 2 trays too many as we were very full!bit it was very good! Please see my flipagram of Miami. I have more pics on my gopro that I haven't loaded to my iPad ...
... we spelled out our names they just couldn't get them. I had been dubbed 'chonny' and even a simple name such as jack was hacked into 'chack'. This obviously provided us with a large amount of entertainment in the van. As we got closer to Miami there was more and more palm trees and the buildings were either getting taller or getting more colorful. Luckily for us the traffic wasn't too crazy when we were ...
We are on our way to the El Paso, Texas Airport. Oh, yes, it is an INTERNATIONAL Airport. You see, Juarez, Mexico is just across the boarder from El Paso... so the airport is INTERNATIONAL because flights go at least across the boarder into ...
... Pre-Screen TSA" line, which is supposed to be faster but really it just means it's faster AFTER you pass through (no shoes off, no computers out, etc). We inhaled some dinner at a Mexican restaurant, and got on the plane to make it back to DC. The plane was not full, but my row was, and it turns out the guy sitting in my row had met Jason before on a search committee for a new dean at Marymount...the world is small. Here ends part I.