- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... direction might take your mirror off, a motorcycle or scooter comes whizzing past you flying at the speed of light and squeezing between you and the other car in a daringly impossible feat! Every time it happens, we gasp out loud and exclaim that we CANNOT believe that guy just did that! I think The Ladies are wishing they had agreed to the extra insurance policy on the rental car! We passed through the Cupecoy area and drove right past the Basilica restaurant where ...
... attended. The Cove was decorated with balloons, tables, all in Crystal's colors. After the speech was given by the COO, Ms. Edie Rodriquez, the balloons all dropped, confetti was flying. We sat with new friends, then Brooks and John joined us along with their friends from Scotland.
We dined in the Main Dining at assigned tables. There we met more people that are first World Cruisers. We ...
We woke up and had some breakfast while watching TV. We were both pretty excited to get e day started. We left our hotel room and checked out around 12:00pm. The concierge got us a cab that took us straight to The Port of Miami. Our cab driver must have been the dispatch as well as he was constantly taking phone calls and sending others towards hotels and areas for pick ups. He also had one good music playing which was good too. They were talking about our cruise on the ...
Of surprisingly good health the next day, we get up before heading to little Havana in Miami, now iam not going to South America, but this is as good as, nobody speaks English. We go to a Cuban restaurant, the food was good, yes. But we always seem to have the same problem when the bill arrives. We can't work out who is due what. They add on extortionate prices for a service tax and taxes, it's a joke!! We spend around 30minutes trying to work it out before we give ...
Week four is in Miami, Florida. As tempting as it was to swim to Miami, I took a ship. It was so beautiful to be able to look out of the window and see the royal blue water for as far as I could see. After much time traveling, I have finally made it to America! The first train entered Miami on April 13, 1896. By then a city was arising on both sides of ...