Extended Stay America - Miami - Brickell - Port of Miami
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A sultry, overcast morning in downtown Miami as we convene for breakfast in the hotel restaurant. An uneventful flight brought us in at 5.30 pm yesterday, and getting through immigration and customs was less of a hassle than we expected, although for some reason ...
... sailed to the head of all the lines, but the process did keep us entertained for awhile.
Finally landed in San Jose, and couldn't find our prearranged taxi pick up for about 20 minutes, but we eventually arrived at Casita de Mango in Atenas before noon. It's a cute little ground floor apartment, in a gated community outside town. We hitched a ride with our landlord, Pete, into town to hit an ATM and grocery store, and to get ...
... and will hopefully have enough
time to spend diving :)
New Zealand and Australia are some of the countries I had
on my bucket-list but which are just too far away from Germany for a
normal two week vacation, so that's how they ended up on my list of
places to visit during my current trip. A good friend of mine (Alex)
encouraged me to rent a car and travel from New Zealand's norther
island right down to the ...
The day after the Kennedy space centre, we were hoping to go for a swim at coca beach as our hotel was right on the beach- but it was an overcast cold morning.. So we went down to the beach, found out how cold the water was and gave the swim a miss :( we then started driving down to Miami - we wanted to drive along the beach which we started doing but realised that this was quite slow, and you couldn't see much of the beach anyway. So we ...
Yay for more free brekky. Frida and I decided to go to downtown this morning. She wanted to see the buildings and the water front, and despite already seeing it all about this time last year, I had some time to kill before my afternoon flight. We caught the bus to downtown Miami, and walked through town. It is a far bigger city than I remember. There are buildings everywhere.
We strolled along the river past all of the big ...