Hampton Inn Miami-Coconut Grove/Coral Gables
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that day as we didn't bring our suits. Walked the street next the beach and checked out the Art Deco architecture style in the area. It all looks very 1940-1950'ish. Really quite cool. Sand was very hot!!
Looking forward to our time in the Keys and a little Caribbean flavor. Got a taste of it on our trip down to Key Largo. Have some special trips planned and also time for some relaxation.
... m traveling. I gave them my passport and the girl walked away and proceeded to look at it and talk with three other girls for like four to six minutes. I wasn't sure if there was a problem or they were just gossiping and not doing their job. At this point, when all of the Gol workers are standing together looking at my passport and a lady's phone, I'm freaking out. I'm like, if my trip got canceled I'm go into be livid. And I'll cry. And not the happy ...
... To the southwest, the blue-green dome of Temple Emanuel resembles (more than a little) the Dome of the Rock.
Breakfast hits the only sour note. Although served in Cleo's, the hotel's Egyptian-themed dining room, it is a casual affair-just fruit, breakfast bars and a few other cold items and coffee ordered from a bar and either bagged or self-served to a table. The plates are china, but the flatware is plastic and the cups and cocktail-sized napkins are ...
... t wait to indulge in
all the great food night-life. South-East Asia was a must-do during
my travel planning.
Bangladesh and India will be a special encounter for me as I hope to see many of my previous
university friends here. A good friend of mine has already invited me
to Dhaka (capital of Bangladesh) and nearly planned my full stay
there (Adnan, ^^). India will surely also be a fascinating place.
... the instructor (Joe) was a Miami local who invited all of us to his flat that evening which had a shared pool overlooking the Miami waterfront and city line. I already felt that I was in paradise, drinking a vodka drink in a jacuzzi looking at the pretty city lights that shone out over the water. Joe had caught a lion fish whilst diving earlier that day so showed us how he removed the fillets. We were amazed when we realised that blood was still pumping round ...