Country Inn & Suites Miami (Kendall)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... place, earn about $537 monthly, compared to $2600 monthly for U.S. workers. What the article fails to mention is how well Chinese workers live on their wage or how they are treated by their employers or how these Chinese companies take into consideration environmental concerns – I guess those are just not factors in business decisions. To be fair, $2600 is only about half the median wage in the U.S., so I am not sure how well American workers fare ...
... a nice nap in the sun. We came back to the room after lunch and sat on our deck. Tony took a dip in our personal outdoor plunge pool, listened to the spa music he downloaded to the blue-tooth speaker, while I stole the computer from him for a while to blog. As I sit here blogging on the cabin deck, I can’t help but notice that the temperature is perfect and the breeze is heavenly. Our evening plans include some fun ...
I loved Rome. We arrived later on Sunday afternoon in the hot weather. We both watched a pump-up flick, Angels and Demons in the evening before exploring the city the next day.
We took a couple of water bottles and set out onto the city. We walked west towards the river and stumbled on about five blocks of ancient ruins, followed by the big daddy of ancient ruins – the Colosseum. I couldn't help myself ...
Last night there was a fantastic tropical thunderstorm, with really loud thunder and today it is much less humid and very pleasant.
We drove due west from Miami for about 40 minutes to the Everglades Safari Park for an airboat ride, which was great. It didn't go too fast, although it was very noisy and we needed ear plugs. It took us into the National Park and we ...
... got the local bus downtown.
We found Bayside, the area by the harbour, and had some cocktails and Cuban food for dinner. Jumped on the free Metro Mover - a driverless monorail - to see around downtown, but the windows were so tinted we couldn't see anything. Caught the bus back to the hotel. Proud of our public transport usage!