Extended Stay America - Miami - Airport - Miami Springs
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... had missed the afternoon flight due to the late arrival of their various connecting flights.
Being unable to get on a flight is one of the hazards of being standby passengers. But the checked in baggage was already in the AA system and there was no way AA was going to give it back easily – tomorrow morning was the best ...
... sidel past. We did watch some little French boy stumble into a particularly spiteful anhinga that looked up to no good before he figured out he was about to get stabbed and ran back to his Maman (french for mommy...yes, three years of french in High School...What??)
While we walked the board walk we found LIMPKIN, a really close flyover SNAIL KITE and lots of cool exotic cichlids and all to the soothing sound ...
... 100 per person per day for accommodation, transportation, food and entertainment in this expensive part of the world is outstanding value.
We believe a cruise is the best way to explore the Caribbean. It gives you an opportunity to get an overview of different places, which you can return to if you like them. We went to eight different islands this trip, none of which had enough to offer to make us want to return for a longer stay. There is ...
... There were no welcoming white crosses on a navy blue background – Celebrity tours? Not a soul in sight. Hmmm not so good.
Eventually the intrepid single traveler decided to leg it, cases and all (two large holdalls – wheeled, one carry on – wheeled, balanced precariously on the top of one of the holdalls - wheeled, and a handbag – not wheeled, although heavy enough to need some) and do a bit of independent research. I got to the end ...
... reason for the bottleneck is the attitude of the staff behind the counters.
everyone that passes through MIA that is not a US resident is fingerprinted and photographed. This procedure takes up valuable time especially since these persons would have been fingerprinted and photographed for their US VISA, which they need to enter the country. I couldn't understand why it was happening again, but more so I could not understand why there was not a separate line for persons ...