Hampton Inn Miami-Coconut Grove/Coral Gables
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Day 2 of driving breaks with a much easier drive, only 6 scheduled hours today. As the check engine light had come on, I arose at 7:30 and using the GPS found the nearest Advance Auto and a very helpful guy named Anthony. He hooked a computer reader up to my car and after running his test said that I had experienced a misfire and had an engine …
... pricey but the meals were huge. Lou wasn't impressed that we had to pay an 'entertainment fee' for girls dancing during breaks in the soccer - this was outside and we weren't even sitting outside? Definitely getting sick of all America's hidden fees!!
We headed back to the hotel after lunch to relax for a little while before we headed to Lincoln road to get some icecream. A kiddie cone which is usually small in Oz was two massive scoops and that was ...
One last picture before our plane leaves.
We had a stop over in Dallas, Texas. This is the inside where our gate was.
Finally, we are in Miami !
The ever elusive wait when traveling!!! ...
... go toward a gift at the end of the cruise. :)
Joanne and I signed up to have access to the internet while we are on our cruise. We just wanted to be able to check up on the kids and Mom while we are away. It's expensive but knowing our family at home is alright is well worth the price.
While Joanne was resting, I also took some time to go to a cooking class. It was fun to watch and we even got a ...
... remained among the most fashionable resorts hosting royalty-the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, movie stars-Ginger Rogers and BIng Crosby, politicians like FDR and gangsters like Al Capone. At the onset of WWII, the Army took over, sealed the windows with concrete, covered the travertine floors with linoleum and turned the Biltmore campus into the Army Air Forces Regional Hospital; the hotel remained a VA hospital until 1968.
Although the City of ...