The Betsy - South Beach
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oh miami. Friday; I arrive at miami international airport, collect my belongings and then follow signs to the bus station, upon arriving at the bus station I was greeted by a giant, a loud giant. He shouted at me and pointed to a machine, which I then posted my 20 dollar note in to pay for a $2.25 bus ticket. This wonderful machine then delivered the change in all dollar coins and quarters, great start miami. I then walked outside to the correct ...
... for lunch. It was very good. We each had the chicken salad with pears, goat cheese, cranberries over a massive pile of spinach. Along with the salad came some delicious garlic bread oozing with butter. It was excellent.
We decided to go for a walk while the weather was still only cloudy. It had rained recently and hoped it would hold off a while longer. We walked along a huge bridge that overlooked the cruise ships. It was a tad windy ...
... for another station. But it leaves every half hour. I planned to have extra time. At the airport I went straight to the gate, can't go around more shops, my bag was weighing too much before I got here anyway. I sat there for a while. The I realized I had to buy perfume. But when I was about to do so, I was told I couldn't buy it on a domestic flight. I guess I have to wait until I fly to Canada in a couple of days. 3 hours to Detroit. This day ...
We wake up, it's midday - apparently experiencing a different city every 2 days is exhausting, and we've only done 3! We really needed to sleep and now that we've caught up we decide to spend the remainder on our day at the beach. We walk in the insanely hot over 100F sunshine to the beach when we decide it is time for ice cream. A visit to CVS lands us with Ben and Jerry's with no spoons - we fashion scoops from the lid ...
... and lines across history and space. Everywhere I go, the ghosts if history kept me company in the dark. Lincoln was here in Hardin County.... Here is where the Battle if Tippecanoe took place.... This is near the Hermitage, Andrew Jackson's home pad.... This is where MLK's ministry was headquartered.... See, I'm never alone. Past Nashville, we headed east up into the Appalachians. There was one steep pass of 6% grade. I imagined the scenery since it was dark, but on ...