Miami Airport Marriott
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... there to eat/ drink. We came up with a way to avoid them, just pull the face you would pull if a pedo was coming up to you in the street. We had our dinner (a burger which I had been craving all day) and returned home. The next day was our chill day, we went in search of the kardashian shop from Kim and kourtney take miami , dash. When we found it it was everything we had hoped for and more. Kardashian water, socks and pens (starting at 15 dollars) all the diamanté (init) and ...
... the harbour. The square was full of street musicians, fortune tellers and street artists hula hooping fire and men swallowing swords (jenny and I literally couldn't watch this). We joined in with the other tourists and watched the sun set. One thing we noticed about Key West was all the wild chickens running around. I still am not sure why the chickens are wild here but we enjoyed watching them try to fit through the holes in the fences which were clearly too small. ...
... still my favourite.
Like with all my previous cruises out of Miami, I enjoyed standing on the top deck and watching the ship leave the Port. This sight never gets tiring for me.
For supper, Joanne and I decided to check out one of the free restaurants that was offering surf and turf for their meal. We decided to pass on the steak and instead had two lobster tails. We enjoyed our meal quite a bit as we both love ...
... lesson on architecture embellished with history and anecdotes, was one of the best tours I have ever taken.
When the tour was over we headed to Joe's Stone Crab House, a must-eat in Miami Beach, for crabs, cole slaw, beer and Key lime pie. Yum. Just down the block from Joe's is the Florida Jewish Museum, a tiny museum housed in the former Beth Jacob synagogue. In addition to the regular displays documenting the ...
... of Aughrim.
The other film was a sci-fi with Tom Cruise and Morgan Freeman and was OK but totally forgetable.
We hired a car from Miami airport - it took me 20 mins to figure out that I had to put my foot on the brake in order to put the car into 'drive', and the first half hour was a bit hairy, but driving over here is actually easier than at home.
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