Miami Airport Marriott
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... we were oddly planned. I started off a little annoyed. But slowly and steadily the ship, atmosphere and staff grew on me. There really is so much to do. We were afraid that the ship was for old people and this couldn't be farther from the truth. The ship had tons to do for kids. Really well set up and hardly any lines. We figured we would have to wait for the ropes course or the climbing wall. We did wait but nothing unreasonable. I would say ...
... saved from the wrecking ball. We walked along Ocean Drive, checking out the renovated pastel buildings, sleek curved walls, old window styles & glass block finishes.
Park Central Hotel Built in 1937 and renovated in 1987, it was the first hotel to be returned to its original splendor. The hotel was a hangout for Hollywood stars, such as Clark Gable, ...
... times for Republicans, 4 times for Democrats) except once: 1992 when Florida favored George H.W. Bush over winner Bill Clinton. Any proposal to end the embargo would severely anger older Cuban-American voters who, by my research, deliver well over 500,000 votes in each Presidential election. Even though recent polls show younger Cuban-American voters supporting an end to the embargo, they don’t vote with the same frequency.
During President Obama’s ...
... This was marginally better - a croissant which was vaguely croissant like. But then ruined by the blueberry yoghurt which had a ridiculous number of ingredients in it. What is wrong with just being yoghurt. The sky was clear for a lovely view across London. Back already. We landed on time at 8.10am, but waited next to the run way for over half an hour for a parking slot - annoying! So by 9.10am, I was out and heading ...
... was Captain Chuck, of course it was, only in America. We got some great photos and video of the experience.
Next is was off to the Venetian Pools which were built in 1923 for a swim to cool off. The venetian pools are filled fresh every day from the ground spring water. There is a lovely panoramic picture attached too.
Our bike, which was in for a service, was ready to be picked up so we headed on up the highway ...