Mondrian South Beach Hotel
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... argumentative when he's had a few drinks. Thankfully he disappears after the first few dinners - apparently preying on single women to accompany him to dinner. He had no shortage of willing takers, his attraction completely lost on me! I had some issues with my pre-booked wine and drinks packages due to the change of itinerary and departure date - another case of 'computer says no' - I thank god for my sense of humour! So for the first five days ...
... back there, and got to the atrium just as they were doing a tree lighting ceremony (for Christmas). It was actually really cool, so we stayed and watched. They were playing a TSO (Trans Siberian Orchestra) song, and had put together a whole light show for the ceremony. Very cool.
When we got to the dining room, we were glad to be a party of two. The family of four ahead of us got a pager, but we got seated right away. The menu was slightly different than our other ...
... We also drove through Little Havana, which, as far as “Little” places go, was quite dull. The Miami Beach part of the tour was more interesting. Many of the buildings were built in an art deco style, and are protected now. We saw the hotel where “The Birdcage” was filmed and passed “Star Island” – home of many celebrities and also the white house from Scarface (“say hello to my little friend!”). ...
... Miami Heat was playing San Antonio Spurs (from Texas) at the stadium just down the road from our apartment with the game starting at 9pm. It starts at 9pm to give the west coast a chance to watch the game at 6pm as there is a 3 our time zone difference from west to east. Our cab driver told us that if Miami wins, the atmosphere will be incredible and people will start banging their pots and pans to celebrate. A sold out game with ticket ...
... Saturday we explored the area including the Art DEco Buildings, the Wolfsonian Museum, we hired bikes from the Miami equivalent of Boris Bikes to ride to the Holocaust Monument, the Botanical Gardens and generally to explore, but really a fairly quiet day. Liz would have been up for beach time but it proved very windy and somewhat cloudy.
Sunday and Monday both dedicated to exploring the Everglades, Sunday the Northern part of the National Park with a 'tram tour', various short ...