Hilton Garden Inn Miami Airport West
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... been to one, I shall avoid at all costs. Too cold at 17 degrees (they do provide coats and gloves); I can do that on my deck at home. As on the Pearl, there are bowling lanes. For kids, there is a raft (no pun intended) of Nickelodeon activity to include impromptu “Splash Mobs” with messy games featuring pies, slime and “jellyfish.”
As for today in Miami, it is beautiful. I am off for a walk, this time across the Venetian Causeway to ...
Checking out of the Marriott was quick and easy. A cab was ready for us by the time we got outside. The port is within minutes of the hotel.
Once our luggage was taken from us, we entered a large building and we felt like sheep being herded into a corral. This had to be one of the most awkward ways to keep people inline. We were given color coded cards and when your color was called then you proceeded to check in. ...
... once I've
seen a non Spanish speaking person confronted with a blank stare of disbelief that they didn't speak Spanish and if the family member that does speak English isn't available that gringo will have to take his/her business elsewhere. (well not really I always act as translator )
Beautiful people: Go to Google and type in “US city with ...
... this afternoon to see Miami seeing as we don't have a lot of time actually in Miami. Pick up for this tour was at 1.30pm at the tour place so we had 1.5 hours to wander around and get some lunch. The tour operator recommended his brothers place for lunch, a non-touristy Cuban lunchbar. We wandered to the lunchbar looking at the shops on the way. We find the Cuban lunchbar and it is definitely not where tourists would go, it was filled with locals. We got some strange stares when ...
... impromptu "happening". We walked along Calle Ocho (the Main Street of Little Havana) to the Bay of Pigs Memorial, poked our heads into a Miami-Cuban cigar factory, had a Miami-Cuban-style lunch, went to a domino park then made it back to the hotel in time for the official Road Scholar orientation to begin....
There was nothing ho-hum about this orientation...we were all on the edges of our seats. We ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services