Extended Stay America - Miami - Airport - Blue Lagoon
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- Pets allowed
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Back at the airport, this time we were destined for Ft Lauterdale, Miami! The flight took about 2.5 hours, this time we had quite a bit of turbulance due to the Florida thunderstorms.
Welcome to Florida... dark skies and peeing down with rain. Not what you would expect. But have no fear by the time we got to our accommodation in South Beach the rain was nowhere to be seen, although ...
Joanne and I also try and make it to the evening show each night which is held at the Stardust Theater. We usually find out what is playing the night before and then decide if we want to go to it or not. We like musical but don't really care for comedy. Since you can't bring your camera to the show, I was not able to take any pictures of these events.
Each night when we return to our room after ...
Our noon flight to Miami was two hours late. As we had left the hotel by 9:30 and arrived at Jose Marti International Airport by 10, we had plenty of time to clear immigration, customs and security, for long good-byes and promises to stay in touch and for shopping for last minute trinkets, coffee and chocolate.
Passport Control for the Miami Airport is in Orlando-at least that's what it felt like-the walk from the plane was long and winding, only two short ...
... the reef. We've been pretty spoilt with the marine life we've seen over the past seven months and this was no exception. Shoals of brightly coloured fish of varying sizes dart around the surface of the reef trying to avoid the attention of the angry looking Barracuda that prowl the open water. The larger and less bite-size reef fish graze lazily over the coral or doze in protective crevasses with only their little faces poking out. A few feet from the reef a sea grass bed ...