Extended Stay America - Miami - Airport - Doral - 87th Avenue South
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... we had several games such as (1) Potato Sack run, (2) Balance egg on spoon race, and (3) pin the tail in the donkeys eye (yes, that is correct).
Super lucky Rebecca won all three games, but volunteered to raffle two of the three prices she won, which was really nice of her, We of course had our annual whip-cream fight contest, which is so much easier to clean up now than when we used actual cakes to do so.
Lastly I spent several hours ...
4 hours from Tampa to Miami, 3 1/2 hours for the extra inning game and 4 hours back to Tampa makes for a long day and much "tail burn". Getting to the stadium was not much of an issue at all. In fact it was so easy that before I knew it I was pulling into the parking garage when I had planned on just parking in one of the many yards I had heard are offered up by the residents of Little Havana.
... a condo hotel near the Miami airport. Checked in and then checked out a local restaurant named "Good to Grill" that served grilled chicken, steak and pork in rice bowls or over salads, very tasty and healthy to boot. Then it was nap time.
Shirl (mom) had planned this rendezvous perfectly. We have a two bedroom condo with continental breakfast and happy hour. ...
... and began the 400 room Biltmore Hotel and Country Club.
After a glorious heyday during the Jazz Age, the hotel was requisitioned by the Army for use as a hospital in 1942 and remained a VA hospital until 1968. Several changes of ownership and two multi-million dollar renovations later, the hotel is once again the doyenne of the City of Coral Gables, hosting, if not royalty, 400 fortunate guests. Like the church, the hotel ...
... of engineering. This guy is 5ft tall, weighs 8-9 stone and single-handingly moved 1100 tons of rock using simple tools (block tackles, crude winches, and iron wedges) into a castle with coral beds, seats, an observatory, bath, thrones, cooker, sun dial and an incredible 9 ton swivel gate! The photos should give you some idea of the amazing feat this little, jilted Latvian accomplished... The only other news is that I am suffering quite badly from at least 30 ...