Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Miami Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shade so I can catch up on some lost sleep. Five minutes later, the gardener arrives and decides that behind me is a good place to start trimming the hedge with a noisy hedgecutter. With noise deafening me and leaves blowing all over me, I grudgingly move to to opposite end of the pool and try my luck there.
Nuh! His partner in crime starts at that end with his hedgecutter! I gave up. Two American couples had witnessed all this and laughed with ...
... Alfresco dining is a popular thing here.
Miami beach definitely has a very Spanish/islandy feel to it (not surprising with its prominent Latin culture). It is very much a tourist destination. The weather reminds us of bali - hot and humid.
Thankfully the weather here seems to pass quickly so if it rains it doesn't last long.
After working up a bit of a sweat (Blake ...
Woke up and wandered up to deck 12 for my leisurely walk before I headed for breakfast....
Today was our first full day at sea on the NCL Sun.
Since this was our first time on the Sun, I took some time to explore the cruise ship some more. The cruise ship is quite nice and I even found the video game room. I noticed that they have one of my favourite game there as well - Crazy Taxi.
After eating breakfast at the front of the ship on deck 11, I brought ...
... people movers and one of those was out of commission. I am not exaggerating; MIA covers an area of 3230 acres, the equivalent of 5.16 square miles!
Before we left the Smithsonian warned us to expect long delays re-entering the United States from Cuba and suggested that we plan to stay over in Miami. In fact, we encountered no problems other than the usual crowds and by 5, we were checked into the MIA (Airport) Holiday Inn. Our room for one night was more ...
... for an acre or more with a polka-dot scattering of Conchs grazing across its surface.. It reminded me of a bustling underwater city surrounded by fields of grazing cattle. An incredible underwater world :-) We stayed in Key Largo for two nights and on the third morning, after purchasing a wrench set to liberate the car keys that Rio had decided to hold captive in her boot (not because Pete had shut them in there, oh no) we headed on to the most Southern tip of the United States ; ...