TownePlace Suites Miami Airport West / Doral Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to the west and Biscayne Bay to the east. We are staying on South Beach, which is part of the long stretch of beaches running up a set of barrier islands which separated from the mainland by the turquoise waters of Biscayne Bay. The sea breeze thar blows in off the Atlantic cools during the morning before the afternoon heat overwhelms the breeze. South Beach is famed for its colourful art deco buildings, white sand, surfside hotels and trendsetting nightclubs (which ...
... trying to retrieve their bags. seemed like controlled chaos.
We had a hop on hop off bus tour booked, which worked out really well. The main depot for the bus routes was literally across the road from our hotel. We did one loop on each of the routes, and saw all the highlights of the city, then trundled across Biscayne Blvd to our room and relaxed for the evening. Lunch at Bubba Gump's was excellent.
Waking up this morning after a night of disturbances from our roommates, who loudly came back from a nightclub at 2.30am and 5.30am, we had our free breakfast (nothing fancy) and headed out. Deciding to do a city and boat tour of Miami Beach, we began by hopping on a bus to explore downtown Miami. Seeing the famous Venetian pool (currently closed for renovations) and learning ...
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... a couple of black panthers and a few alligators and deer. Pythons are not the ideal house pet as they seem to eat everything and anything which is why they are in The Everglades today, discarded imports that were once house pets and a Burmese python is definitely 'just for Christmas' in Florida. Alligators in The Everglades are not interested in attacking humans, there has only been one recorded attack in the 66 years of the ...