Holiday Inn Coral Gables - University
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... garden in Miami, the one place in the continental United States, where tropical plants could grow outdoors year-round. Renowned landscape architect William Lyman Phillips, a leading landscape designer during the 1930s, designed the Garden.
Upon our arrival, we find that we have been blessed with good fortune. This year's Art at Fairchild exhibition features renowned American artist Dale Chihuly. He has led the avant-garde in ...
Effective in December 2013, the Chekika visitor's area was closed indefinitely due to cuts in Federal funding for the National Park Service. The boardwalk, nature trail, fountain, lake, picnic area and alligator hole are no longer accessible. However, the roads remain open for day use visits by anyone cleaver enough to find the unmarked paved roads which run along the many canals. ...
Settled into the Glade Hut fairly
quickly and am now “working” as a volunteer killing exotics
My weekend is four days (Saturday to
Tuesday) which overlaps with Cindy's Monday-Tuesday weekend. As
always, the weather is always terrific (read hot) in the wintertime.
Most weekends we travel to ...
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Well as the saying goes "All good things must end" .. time to put the cruise behind us and move on to our next adventure. Even though I'd got to bed quite late I woke before sun up and lying in bed was a little confused as orange lights kept flicking across the cabin, finally I had to look out the window to see land zipping past ( well us zipping past land really ), that means we're nearly back to the Port of Miami. I tried to go back to sleep but it just wasn't ...