Extended Stay America - Miami - Airport - Doral - 87th Avenue South
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Waking up this morning after a night of disturbances from our roommates, who loudly came back from a nightclub at 2.30am and 5.30am, we had our free breakfast (nothing fancy) and headed out. Deciding to do a city and boat tour of Miami Beach, we began by hopping on a bus to explore downtown Miami. Seeing the famous Venetian pool (currently closed for renovations) and learning ...
... Tropical and then Trolley back to Vizcaya MetroRail station where we caught train ($2.25) to airport. We did this trip with our luggage which wasn't super easy, but was ok.
Flight back to London, via a few hour stopover in Madrid where we saw Josefina's parents for lunch. Good end to a good holiday.
Day 7: Checked out of my hotel the night prior as the desk dosent open till 8am so i had to drop the keys at the desk as i left the next morning around 4am it was the worst booking i have done to catch a plane, I had to get to the Miami International Airport 3 hours before i boarded the plane which was at 7am.
The airport had a food court so i got some mcdonalds which is cheaper then ...
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... hear the marketing justification for having connecting doors but I shall save that for another time. Suffice to say that the occupant of 62 can tell when the occupant of 64 has lights on or lights off. As it says when one enters the London Tube, mind the gap.
One other point of note is that toilets aboard cruise ships are of the "vacuum flush" variety. To minimize the onboard use of scarce and expensive fresh water, the small amount of water in ...