Franklin Hotel South Beach
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... 160; Hayley stocked up on casual, workout and work outfits while Owen worked from his phone and stayed out of the monsoon that engulfed Miami for a two-hour period in the afternoon. With shopping bags weighing us down, we trudged through the puddles of South Beach and made our way to an Italian dinner on Ocean Drive. It was a splendid last Miami meal – featuring live Italian and Mexican ...
... either. But we weren’t incredibly hungry, so we just got some sweet potato fries to share, and a dessert. I got the pumpkin bread French toast and it was amazing.
Our room was pretty nice, with the most closet space I think I’ve ever seen in a hotel. And the bathroom was decorated in a cool art deco style. Mom went straight to bed, but I wasn’t that tired yet (because of the time change). So I stayed up a while and got a blog posted before finally turning in. ...
... James who immediately drove to the basket around his direct opponent for an easy layup. How he was able to do that in 2.2 seconds was beyond belief. Of course, the crowd went ballistic.
As it turned out, it was a long weekend in the US for Memorial Day, hence why the hotels were so expensive in Miami. As we collected a hire car, the guy thought we were smart for getting out of town to avoid the mayhem. So we set course for the three and a half hour ...
... br> This morning we breakfasted in the same Club lounge, and walked back across into Terminal 3 and checked in, along with a lot of people. Thanks heavens for Nexus. Must have put us ahead of at least 200 waiting at Immigration and at least half that at Security.
Our flight was great and arrived in Miami on time. (Thanks WestJet).
We have a lovely room overlooking the bay, and ventured out in lighter clothes for ...
... and Jay & Laura on skype and share our delight of the bargains we had seized.
Prior to dinner we set out on another adventure - that of finding access to the beach, which is situated right behind our condo. We actually found that there is a gate directly off this property, but that wasn't until after we'd wandered down the road until we found a road in ...
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