Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Miami-Kendall
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... varied outdoor adventurous activities, diverse mix of art and culture, stunning nightlife, delicious cuisines and so many others. Miami travel provides the tourists an experience of a lifetime.
If you are thinking what will be the best time to visit Miami is from January to April. The weather is typically dry but not harsh. One can come to Miami at this time to enjoy the warm ...
... the highest net wealth per capita in the country. After disembarking we got back on the road again and saw lots of Miami's more interesting areas. I normal middle class house (3bed 2 bath) in South florida goes for about $100k according to our guide, but it you want to go a little north it's more like $40k. Stopped in a Cuban area of town to see a cigar factory where the guy that owned it had been jailed in Cuba under Fidel Castro's rule for 20 ...
... Ben and Jerrys Sundae for dessert more than made up for it. Brandy and coffee to finish. Very nice. I then recline my seat to watch some movies? Dallas Buyers Club, excellent with oscar winning performances from Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto. About Time, funny and moving. Philomena, again funny, moving but also tragic in that it really happened. It didn't finish the 4th movie as we are descending into Miami by this time. Immigration and customs were a breeze ...
... in case the scorpion decided to move or sting me. After that bit of excitement and the guy had finally returned back to the show (not entirely sure leaving me holding a scorpion on my own was a very sensible idea, what if I had properly freaked out and dropped it!) he demonstrated alligator wrestling. This is a barehanded technique which was originally used by the Seminole Indians to capture alligators. He basically jumped on ...
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The whole family went on an airboat tour of the Everglades to check out some gators and wildlife. It was run by Native Americans from the Seminole Nation. They were a fun and informative bunch. What a great time it was! We saw three female gators by the dock at the shop hanging around the boats. Then we got started on the tour. The airboats are pretty fast and really maneuverable. They have a V8 engine with a huge ...