Great Escape Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... out, but decide its 8pm so time to head home.
We get back, shower, and rest. However I came down with a migraine, so of course I was bed bound all night as Aaron had to work out how we were getting to Orlando in the morning. Aaron had managed to research how to catch 1x bus, 1x train and 2x more buses. It was going to be a ************g effort, but the cheapest way for our budget. So an early night for us as we had to get up and leave by 9:30am. ...
Usually obsessed with numbers, I just need to get them all out of the way so I can focus on stories. 4 vaccinations should keep me healthy 5 pieces of luggage full of Miami 6 months away from Family and Friends 7 time zones to confuse me everyday 8 pounds of Cuban coffee to keep us grounded 14 hours to traverse ...
... so nice to be able to unpack and live out of a closet and drawers instead of a suitcase for the week. Tom's tuxedo for formal nights was also in the room. The bathroom is small, but there is a lot of space for "stuff". We each had a bedside stand as well as drawers under the end of the bed and closet space with drawers under those as well. Suitcases slid under the bed and we are ready to go back up to the Lido Deck for ...
During the Cold War of the 1960s, Cubans escaping the Castro regime built a bolt hole in Calle Ocho, Miami. The intellectuals, philosophers and politically galvanised would meet at the El Pub cafe to discuss, plan and argue. Down the road, they made a shaded plaza to play dominoes and chess. Even though relations between Cuba and the U.S. are warming, the discussions go on in Calle Ocho, as does the dominoes. After visiting the memorial to the Bay of Pigs invasion, we went passed a ...
... Art Deco stuff. I knew the vast majority of population pre-Castro was Jewish too... And the buildings are, in places, beautiful. Quite beautiful. The palms are everywhere. The air is warm...this ain't the East Coast. Even Charleston was cold when I left at 4am! But you know what? I am not into celebrity culture. I don't care about the Kardashians, Madonna, Justin Bieber...I don't care ...