Extended Stay America - Miami - Airport - Blue Lagoon
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... And met a guy from Mar del Plata, Argentina. That excited me. It's really cool, Miami is. Everything is bilingual. Buses, signs, people. I think you need to be bilingual to live in this city. If it weren't so humid, I would totally live here. Because, well, there are soooo many South Americans and Spanish speakers.
Anyways, I waited forever. But really. The bus at 11:55 never came. And I asked the other bus drivers if there was another way. ...
... worse and It was another forty-five minutes before we figured out how to get into the museum (it is hidden) and located a parking garage that, according to the attendant was completely full-although we saw cars that looked they were coming out. On the plus side, stuck inside in our car, we had a wonderful opportunity to see up close the new Adrienne Arsht Cultural Center and several of its components including the concert hall and the center for ballet and opera as well ...
Jan. 2 Birthday celebration: Sandra took me to Juvia, a trendy upscale restaurant just north of South Beach on Lincoln Road. It was a spectacular and memorable dinner celebration and one that I will always remember.
Marriott Biscayne Bay: Hotel was close to the port and service was excellent. As a result of my birthday, they upgraded us to a ...
... 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 ...
... We had a swim, chilled out. I also checked out all the topless girls and tried not burn my skin off in the absurd Miami heat.
There was a pub crawl happening tonight so a whole group of people I met, all paid our $10 and had all we could drink free beer for an hour before heading to a really fun club. Everyone was so drunk when we got there, which compounded after everyone bought '**** it buckets' as they were appropriately ...