Hampton Inn & Suites Ft. Lauderdale-Airport/South Cruise Port
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... where we were spending the night to drop off our bags and fab a bite to eat. After lunch we were off to the beach. South beach of course, where else in Miami. There were a lot of fake body parts, skimpy clothing (debatable if you could call some of it clothes though). Everyone was ridiculously tanned so you could spot the tourists pretty easily, ie us. We walked along the strip in front of the ocean and all the buildings were built in the Art ...
... away to the clean ocean air and sound. This was due to the after lunch coma affect - we had just eaten at a highly acclaimed cheap eat called "La Camaronera" serving Cuban seafood. It was simple but very delicious - not as tasty as Mexican food due to less ingredients and sauces used but the simplicity was very nice. Famous for their fried fish sandwich, kind of like a McDonald's filet o fish (not trying to ...
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Although it took us three days, Elenka and I together have come to the conclusion that Hollywood Beach is one of the best beaches in the world.
"Water and sand does not a beach make," I said to her. "For each and every one of them have an abundance of both."
... tourists, a lot are locals. We danced the night away in true Miami style. This was the best night for music, it suited the two of us perfectly. The Black Eyed Peas song 'good night' came on and we got all 'I love you, we have had an amazing time together' however Lauren took it to the next level and started crying! Bless her cottons. This club was the other end of the beach so we caught a cab back and got our last slice of drunken pizza before hitting the sack. ...
... 8"> in the United States, while according to CNBC.com, the Los Angeles area itself is the most diverse metropolitan area in the United States. The city's inhabitants are referred to as ""Angelenos".