Extended Stay America - Miami - Airport - Miami Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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However, just around the corner there was an awesome beach and Maddy, Katie and Jeremy were already there and had a tent setup. We all got in our swimmers and went for a swim. The water was so warm, although there was a bit of current (and a raisin....haha, Katie made a joke!)
We played on the beach for awhile and Jeremy and Dad had a nap. Then we packed up and went for a drive down Ocean Drive. The traffic was terrible but the place was ...
... to be arriving here now.
Kamila - WOW ! And we are off for a great experience ever !
Leslie - the flight is predominantly mission and church groups from all over going to help in Haiti. Very excited and can't wait to finally get on the ground.
Delia -filling out customs forms! Really? It's a reality--we're almost there . We are to stay together through customs and hope our bags are ...
... back up in our room before sleep time. While on the topic of the spa, they also have a fantastic gym and running track. The gym has everything and I signed up for a 4 session boot camp, starting tomorrow. I'm so out of shape so this is the best way to kick my butt and they start at 10am, so its a good way to get myself out of bed in the morning. Today, we also hit the running track - this has to be one of the coolest things ever. Each lap of the track which goes ...
... Safari Park, took a half-hour boat tour, saw some gators, and literally flew through and over the flooded grasslands at high velocity. It was amazing. You keep feeling like you are going to run aground, because at times, you can only see grass as you float over it. After the ride, we stopped in the cafe and ate some gator bites, frog legs, and catfish (I can now cross 'eating gator' off my bucket list!). We also got to see a little gator show, where some trained gators did ...
... up, leaving us with a reduced shopping time at Sawgrass Mills.
Luckily our cases were stowed away in the coach and we were able to leave our hand luggage in the bus and off we trotted around the mall.
Sawgrass Mills is immense, especially when you only have two hours and the driver wasn’t going to wait a second beyond the rendezvous time. I was on a mission to find some new jeans as my favourite old soft, comfie ones had finally waved a weary flag ...