Extended Stay America - Miami - Airport - Blue Lagoon
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... later, I will fill you in on a funny little event)
Alex and I made a secret pact as we visited the chocolate factory mentioned in an earlier blog, when we purchased a small bag of powdered chocolate. We agreed we would not share it with anyone and would enjoy this final souvenir on our own. Well I guess Karma got us for that selfishness. We snuck off one day and scooped a couple spoonful's into our glasses of milk. It just kind of ...
... as thankfully I had a couchsurfing host sorted for my remaining days there. I took all my belonging with me and popped down to the beach where I finished my book.
After which I had some mega psychological breakdown and couldn’t work out why as im not usually like that at all, but my emotions and the feeling of carrying all my belongings around like some homeless dude and not really belonging anywhere really got the best out of me. Turns out it was the combination ...
... we walked about 5 mins to beach. It is steaming hot but somehow we managed to get everyone down to the beach - before a shower makes us run back to the flat!
Then we got ready to go and meet Ru's cousin Dom. We arranged to meet him at a Cuban restaurant about 20 minute walk from our house. Dom's wife is pregnant and wasn't feeling up for coming out, but he brought his 5 year old son Julian along who the kids enjoyed playing with. ...
... we were up, last bits and pieces packed and ready to head out for breakfast by 7.30. The plan was to go back to the posh restaurant, Seven Seas aft on the 5th deck, for breakfast this morning but for some reason ( maybe because I was tired and a bit hungover perhaps? ) I took us to the Four Seasons, midship on the 5th deck, and then stood there a bit confused (again) because it was closed!! We ended up at the buffet which wasn't too bad but certainly not nearly as ...
... and Collins then head south until Ocean ave begins. Visit their Lobbies to see the
result of their ongoing competition to be over the top. My favorite is the Delano it’s one of the
oldest but still impressive.
Map of hotels: http://goo.gl/maps/b8VZo
Played Host to some good friends
and family Yes they made ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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