Homewood Suites Miami-Airport West
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... The red Chevrolet Spark we are given would look fine in Europe but alongside the gas guzzling trucks and pick ups of America, it looks very much like a smart car. 'Does that thing get crazy gas mileage?' asks one moustachioed gentleman at a petrol station as he looks condescendingly at the motor. 'Err yeah not bad' I say and he laughs away to himself. Our first stop on the road trip is at Cape Canaveral where we take in NASA's Kennedy space centre. With ...
... somewhere. Let me comment on our luggage thing. It took a special effort to get our clothing into two medium pieces of luggage each with an additional back pack for our extended trip to Europe. It is important to have luggage that can roll, be light enough to be lifted onto trains, and yet carry enough for the entire trip. We finished all the lost bag paperwork for our lost piece of luggage (which was our additional toiletries) and took the train to Bruxelles Midi to ...
... ship and people loading on the ship. We watched the other ship leave port and the we decided to walk around the ship and watch our ship leave port.
We went back to our room to unpack and relax. Ellie was looking at the excursion brochure and I went to take a shower. When I came out of the shower, Ellie found something for us to do in Nassau. We decided to go sail on ...
... So we all hung out at the beach together and watched the sun disappear behind the Miami skyline. A beach day like this makes you pretty hungry and luckily we found a diner that served massive burgers to calm our stomachs. When the terrace became a bit chilly and all of us managed to eat the whole burger, Miami nightlife began to start. Our whole group went to a nice bar at the boulevard and enjoyed some drinks and Latin music. The combination of cocktails and the warm summer ...
... bus trip further up the coast to the small backpacking town of Taganga. At first glance, the town looked like an earthquake had just hit, with the roads smashed up and rubble piled either
side of the paths. Met the local nutcase as he was walking through the town threatening dogs
with his machete. Seemed a nice fella. As the temperatures had hit over 100 degrees, we were glad we had booked a hostel with a pool. So it was a bit disappointing to find that what they actually had ...