Hampton Inn Miami-Coconut Grove/Coral Gables
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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 …
... to grad some subway due to the new electronic customs. Really, the only interesting event came about, not really unexpectedly at $3.50 for the two of us, on the Megabus.com. We boarded as you normally would and got comfortable. Goofing around and talking we rode for awhile without really paying attention. However, I think in the back of my mind, something was amiss. I think I mentioned to Alex at one point, " Why aren't we at Alligator Alley ...
... are likely to be interesting, bat **** crazy or a combination of them both. This guy fit well and truly into the middle category. During my two days there he didn’t leave the dorm one as he set up his little laptop workstation on top of a cooler box and armed it with every single USB device known to mankind, plus a telephone drafted from the 1980’s. He then looked like his stress levels increased another tenfold every couple of minutes then made everyone else aware of ...
... up the El Monte help line but no one picked up.. Ru then saw our neighbour up next door and asked hi if he knew anything about RVs (he had a massive coach like one!), and thankfully he did! He came with his tool kit, tested the battery with a special battery tester, he pressed various extra buttons in our van...and then finally got the jump leads out which he attached to his extra car. Thankfully the RV spluttered to life and we were ...
... chit-chatting about this and that. He told me he is working on a video project in which he interviews passengers about Miami. He revealed a crude light setup attached tonthe back of the front passenger's headrest. When we arrived at the Miami International Airport, I agreed to be interviewed, Mark pulled out his handheld video camera and we proceeded. I introduced myself as Ian, and explained that I am an urban survival enthusiast from Minneapolis, here in Florida ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center