Fairfield Inn & Suites Miami Airport South
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... storm was rolling in over the ocean which gave the water that eerie mirror grey colour with just a few random rays of sunshine coming through. It was time to go, bags were packed and down the elevator we went. We said our goodbyes and before I knew it we in a cab in the pouring rain on our way to the airport. Danielle passed out in the cab, full drop jaw style. Typical. Our flight was delayed a few hours due to the weather which was fine as we decided to buy some booze and ...
... was dead so I couldn’t capture this moment, but
boy did I want to. The angry faces of all of us once hopeful passengers, and
the “who gives a **** about any of you,” look of the manager.
After that, we were defeated. A couple girls and I decided
to get together and split a hotel. If there’s one thing about travelling
independently, you are forced to meet people you never would ordinarily talk ...
... Meanwhile, Michelle Gonzalez arrives to the ensuing fight to stop the man she was defending in court to ruin his second chance. Bart to work as its permanent bartender. It remains the worst such failure in the history of advertising agencies. This neighborhood is near the Marconi Avenue RT Metro Station, and the Regional Transit Light Rail Metro Headquarters. These goods were exchanged with European goods from the ...
... hop on hop of ‘Old Town Trolley’ that drives around Key West all day and takes you to the highlights. It was great to be toured around the island and learn about its history and its people. Did you know, for example, that Key West was originally called Cayo Hueso (Spanish for Bone Island), named after all the skeletons that early explorers found littering the beach? We got off the trolley at the southernmost point of the USA and had a little photo-shoot next to ...
... in an unforgiving ice box! 4 extra layers later and we are still shivering and exhausted. Tom Hanks you had it good - reality is not The Terminal. We both managed maybe 2 hours sleep at most. People come and go, they spend all night cleaning the escalator (only one of them - it is a very in depth process that I maybe watched for way to long). We watch the nearby tv a full night of CNN - get caught up in the Egypt crisis and Edward Snowden hunt-down. ...