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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we have another room mate who is dual wielding an iphone and an ipad, i ask hows it going and get a reply of ye. He is sittin texting with the clicking sounds on, around 40 years old and has suit shoes with him, what the **** haha. Saskia used this app called Uber to order us a taxi, it shows you the taxi moving around google maps, pretty wild haha. Ryan goslin i mean Kaleb is gonna be following us on his bike, he is wanting to go check ...
... later and we’re in a completely different world again seeing the Smokey mountains in full spring colour just as the bears came out. We finally started tanning on the Georgia and Carolina beaches, where dolphins came to join us. An epic bus journey to Las Vegas from Atlanta was absolutely hellish but it was amazing to see the mountains change to swamp, to prairies and then from yellow to brown to red desert, before landing in a big neon ...
... which is walking distance from the hotel. Bayside is full of shops, bars and restaurants. It's busy tonight with a real party atmosphere. Mambo music is blaring out from some of the bars much to the delight of the mainly Hispanic customers. We go to the Hard Rock Cafe and relax with a cocktail in the hotel bar afterwards. We try to stay up as late as possible but jet-lag inevitably takes it toll and we turn out out lights at 10.30pm which is 3.30am at home so not bad ...
... lesson on architecture embellished with history and anecdotes, was one of the best tours I have ever taken.
When the tour was over we headed to Joe's Stone Crab House, a must-eat in Miami Beach, for crabs, cole slaw, beer and Key lime pie. Yum. Just down the block from Joe's is the Florida Jewish Museum, a tiny museum housed in the former Beth Jacob synagogue. In addition to the regular displays documenting the ...
... bar across the road for a few more before we weng home to bed. We needed to be up early for our trip to the Everglades so we didn't think it would be worth it. We took a bus to the Everglades which is like a big swamp about 40 minutes from Miami. Our first adventure for the day was a ride through the swamp in an air boat trying to spot alligators. The first part of the trip was slow as we all had our eyes on lookout for gators. We saw several, ...