Riviere South Beach Hotel
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... to either ‘shame’ people into voting or actively discourage people from doing it. In a nutshell, Republicans are commonly white males over 30 who always vote. There could be a flood and all of the Republican voters in Florida would find a way to swim down the main street to cast their vote. Democrats, who traditionally are for women and minority groups, are unreliable voters and often they will simply not care enough to go to the ballots. In Texas ...
... Our last meal was at a wonderful French restaurant called Otentico that we discovered on trip advisor. The food and service were excellent and I would recommend it to anyone. By thisOne more night sleeping with the Spanish workers was quite enough. We were elated to find out there was no charge for our stay - we MUST have been in staff quarters. We celebrated with an American diner breakfast before making our way to the airport. Next stop ...
Our time in Miami was a short but sweet experience. It started off a bit rocky as our flight was delayed 2 hours and then had a very bumpy plane ride to follow but I guess when flying with American Airlines that's what you should expect.. Won't be rushing back go fly with them again! We walked out of Miami airport to a heat and humidity similar to Thailand which I wasn't expecting. After checking into our hotel we walked down to dinner where we found ocean drive, a strip of ...
... I started with part of the Beach Loop which you need to take to get to the point where you start the City Loop. It was another hot sunny day and I took plenty of photos as I headed over the MacArthur Causeway to downtown Miami. The views of the city as we crossed the causeway were nothing short of spectacular and the port which runs parallel had 3 cruise ships docked. On arrival in the city, I loaded up with water and a coffee and jumped on ...
... 30 this morning, and by 7:20 I was en route to PHL. My first leg to Fort Lauderdale was an easy and uneventful flight – and I even knew the person sitting next to me, yet another instance of "It’s a small world."
I arrived into Terminal 3 at FLL, had lunch and then walked a short distance outside to Terminal 4. The weather is mid-70s and sunny, a nice change from the bitter cold front that blew into Philly yesterday! When I checked in at PHL, ...