Holiday Inn Coral Gables - University

Address: 1350 South Dixie Highway (US 1), Coral Gables, Florida, 33146, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Coral Gables/Coconut Grove area of Coral Gables, is near Oleta River State Park, The Kampong, Lowe Art Museum, and The Shops at Sunset Place.
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      Travel Blogs from Coral Gables

      Miami

      A travel blog entry by mattydc1 on Sep 10, 2014

      6 photos

      ... Hugh Hefner (had a good look in the windows at that one) Naomi Campbell, Madonna, Ricky Martin, Jackie Chan, Julio Iglesias I could go on and on! But the biggest house on the island, belonged to, as stated, the biggest drug dealer in America, yep, it was the inventor of Viagara!! I'm gonna have to invent me some of that!! Not because I need it, but I like ...

      Flexibility is a must.

      A travel blog entry by bplaisted on May 16, 2014

      4 photos

      ... br> passes given to me with destinations ranging from Lima, Peru, Santa Cruz,
      Bolivia, and hopefully the actual destination of La Paz, Bolivia. Over the past
      30 hours, the flight out of Boston was delayed multiple times. I was reassured
      that I would make my connecting flight to Lima as it didn’t depart until 1155.
      Prior to boarding Boston to Miami, TSA security was called and all of a sudden
      there were 10 armed ...

      Miami and the Florida Keys :-)

      A travel blog entry by katandpete on Feb 09, 2014

      47 photos

      ... to infections and septicaemia, cause blindness or prevent them from eating properly. The aim is to treat and release each individual back in to the wild as quickly as is sensibly possible as the less time they spend in captivity the better, but some patients are so unwell that they cannot ever be re-released. Some turtles whose shells are badly damaged by boat collisions end up growing a deformed shell due to scar tissue. In some cases the shell deformity can affect their buoyancy and ...

      The Everglades - a croc of sh-owboating!!

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Oct 29, 2013

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... floated stealthily toward the boat and watched us. Only the bare minimum could be seen above the surface of the water; the eyes and the nostrils. Just enough to be able to breathe and see. Gators have 3 eyelids. One to help them survive on land, a soft pair to help them sleep and a pair that acts like goggles for underwater. Their eyes can also fully retract in to its head. Well today this alligators eyes were fully extended and all 3 sets of eyelid completely open. Just ...

      A wonderful time with my friend Jane!

      A travel blog entry by isabelle134 on Jan 27, 2013

      4 photos

      ... sweet!), whe had hoped to see a belly dancer show, but we were much too early ;-)

      After the play, Richard and Darby invited me to have a glass of wine at Books and Books. A bookstore, yes, but on friday and saturday evening there is a Jazz concert! It was too bad that Jane was so sick!

      I had this wonderful time, learned to know Jane better, lived for 3 nights in her beautiful apartment, met her ...