Thunderbird Beach Resort Hotel Miami
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Had a lovely lie in this morning, great not having to get up and leave. We sauntered down to breakfast about 10am and ordered crepes for breakfast, I had banana with mine & Andy had strawberries. Much to Andy's pleasure we had constant top ups of coffee. As we passed back by reception, I nearly fell over because today Mr Slow Mo actually …
Well it was an early start and the first day we had heavy clouds overhead in the morning. We checked out by 8am and on road for the 30 mile drive along the A1A to North beach Miami. We passed by Hollywood, which looked a ropey old area, this was one of the places I had looked to book & thank god I hadn't ! It started raining just outside Fort …
This morning Blake and I caught the local bus into the Port of Miami to check out the Bayside Marketplace. Initially we weren't going to bother but the bar tender at our hotel recommended we go. He said its where the locals like to hang out because it has everything - he emphasized the live music. He didn't lie. We had a soul sister belting out some beats and other ladies shaking what their mumma gave em. Can't go wrong with free entertainment!
The bayside is ...
... are far more colourful!
We did manage to find nice places to drink and dine without having to be deafened with bop and screaming teenagers.
By chance, we stumbled across Macy's and GAP and yes you guessed it - more shoppay - the poor suit cases.
Tomorrow we embark on our next adventure, a cruise through the Bahamas with Captain Stubing and his crew. .
... because Harlem isn’t exactly the type of place that you just frolic along and feel very safe in (there, I said it), so I was looking forward to doing it in a group environment with a tour guide who knew his stuff. We went to all the famous locations; the Apollo theatre (known for talent nights and has hosted many famous black performers such as Etta James, Aretha Franklin, Jackson 5, James Brown, Ray Charles…the list goes on!), Sylvia’s (known for “soul ...