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... stats for Miami as well as the entire trip:
Stats for Miami:
Hours spent on the phone with AA: 3
times seen "Kartoffelsalat": 120 (estimate)
Liters of sweat: 5 (estimate)
Stats for the entire trip (total days: 51):
Total number of nights spent on buses: 7
Total number of photos taken: 3.452
Total number ...
... overlooking a lake and very near the pool. There is an outside patio with dining area and just beyond are some gas grills so I can see some bbq's coming up. Not tonight though as it began torrenting down again like a Monsoon. And we have thunder and lightening. So I think we will stay in tonight and let it all pass over. The villa itself is ok. Marriott always comes with a certain basic level which is excellent and I would ...
... relaxing. I started with a late breakfast and early beer. The blue behind the Leffe bottle is not the ship's pool, but the water in the harbor, off the stern of ship. It was a beautiful day for a short stroll into town. Near the cruise ships, tourists looked for one more trinket or one more bargain. Further into town, the beaches, bars and more shops beckoned. After I returned, Mariana and I were among a group ...
... 8220;Honor Bar”, otherwise we would be the happy owners of one Intimacy Box since we couldn't resist taking a closer look at it.
Miami is great. We love South Beach, with its Art Deco style, although we didn’t get there this trip. But the place is, how shall I put it, damp and wet - in short, a swamp! There is mold everywhere. On our first trip through the Panama Canal, leaving from Valparaiso, Chile, we disembarked in Miami and spent ...
... on the feature driven era of recent years. Behind home plate, on the sides of the backstop wall, are two massive aquariums. They covered them at the end of the game before I could get pictures. Outside the stadium is a piece of art work inspired by the Orange Bowl sign (Marlins Park now sits where the Orange Bowl once was). The artist recreated the letters from the sign and set them in the concrete along the ...