The Betsy - South Beach
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... above us and the man strolling the beach calling "ice cold water, one dollar, agua fria... ice cold water, one dollar..." all the way along the beach. And that was that! We dried quickly in the sun as we lay there. Knocking the sand off our legs and begrudgingly replacing our socks and shoes, we strolled back to the car and cranked the A/C to cool it and ourselves down.
By the time we hit the road again I was on the verge of a migraine. That was ...
... visit Little Havana,the Biltmore Hotel, Coral Gables Downtown and a number of other sights, but there was also a heavy emphasis on which vacant movie star/singer owned which extravagant boat and/or home, drank in which bar, sued which strip club, and the tour topped/bottomed out with a highlight visit to the drag racing street that the most vacant of 'stars', Justin Bieber, was arrested on a short time ago (traveling as Canadians used to be ...
We spend most of the day at the airport in Miami, without wifi, not even in Starbucks. What a waste. We are waiting for a flight to Grenada, an island in the Caribbean, quite close to Venezuela, from where we will start our journey in the Lesser Antilles, a group of islands that were discovered by Columbus in his first trips and that have changed hands from English to French in the last ...
... is packed with Americans and I cannot believe that they are as cheesy as in the movies. It makes me laugh as I think about the Kevin Bridges stand up comparing it to the Easter Holidays.
Now my Pennsylvanian friends have left I have decided to start doing some touristy things. So yesterday I went with a Swedish girl to the Everglades to see the alligators which was interesting. Firstly we went a speed boat ride through the swamp and spotted a ...
... the tram tour got underway, the tour guide and the driver/wildlife sighter held a little orientation. One of the things they made a point about was that it doesn't matter where you sit on the train, they will make sure to slow down and let everyone get a look at/picture of anything interesting along the way.
Ha! If you ever get down here to take the tour, be sure to sit in the 2nd row of seats behind the driver. The tour guide kept ...