Bentley Beach

101 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Miami Beach

Days 282 - 298: Cruising On Land And At Sea

A travel blog entry by djmorton

204

... the world of Hogwarts. The ride was situated inside Hogwarts (a life size castle). To get to the ride entrance required wandering through the winding corridors and familiar passageways that led to iconic locations such as Dumbledore's office. Books moved by themselves, it snowed in the corridors and portraits on the walls moved and spoke in eerie tones. Outside the castle were two duelling roller coasters that simultaneously battled until the end. Apart from the rides and ...

Quiet night in

A travel blog entry by bradskey69

3

Only had 24 hours in Miami which feels like enough. Had a couple of beers at mangoes bar last night in south beach and it proved to be an amazing place. The lights, cabaret shows, salsa dancing and beautiful people having a ball with a very Latino flavour in the air. Part of me wishes I was here on the weekend but Miami is expensive and there will be plenty of partying also the rest of my journey ( first up, 5 nights in rio). ...

Our Last Day in the US

A travel blog entry by gregd999

6

... was Little Havana. There's a very big Cuban influence in Miami due to a history of Cubans trying to flee various regimes - firstly Spanish then Castro. Spanish is almost the first language in Miami, and you are normally greeted first in Spanish. Seems that dominos is a bit of national pastime too, and the bus delivered us to a park where lots of locals were playing. Tourists were welcome, but not visitors - you have to be a member to play there or ...

Oh my word! What if I'd missed it???

A travel blog entry by pjh60

5

Miami 03 Apr. 12

Coming into Miami from the sea just before dawn, you can't help but be dazzled by the glitz. The multicoloured lights, the high rise buildings and the palm trees along the shoreline (illuminated from beneath), combine to make it look glitzy. Even the oil terminal and the container port, set against this background (and they are all next to one another) add to the overall effect, from a distance. As dawn breaks and the ...

A Hard Good-bye...

A travel blog entry by newbeginnings

1

... and told Istvan that I was going to go have breakfast and so would say good-bye. At that point, he looked a little hurt and asked if I wasn't going to come back and say good-bye before I left the ship. I smiled at my friend and said of course I would be back. I went upstairs for breakfast and enjoyed the peace and quiet of an almost empty buffet. As they were only just starting to call the first zones for debarkation, I was able to take my time.

I went back down to the ...

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This hotel, located in the South Pointe area of Miami Beach, is near Art Deco Historic District, Nikki Beach, and Sanford L. Ziff Jewish Museum.
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