White House Inn on The Bay

2305 NE 123rd Street, North Miami, Florida, 33181, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2305 NE 123rd Street, North Miami, is near Bal Harbour Shops, Bal Harbour Beach, Museum of Contemporary Art, and C. Madeleine's.
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    Travel Blogs from North Miami

    Miami International Boat Show

    A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Feb 14, 2014

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    ... pictures because we were running around so much. The first day we parked at the Marlins stadium and took a bus in to the Convention Center. The CC couldn't begin to hold everything and it spilled outside for another 10 acres or so. We were able to get to the booths we were looking for and make the acquisitions we needed. The only item that really required some debate was the life raft. From the research that I ...

    Day 281: USA-It took a 17512km RoadTrip to Reflect

    A travel blog entry by djmorton on Feb 14, 2014

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    ... world wide in America". After travelling through more than half the states in the country, we have met hundreds of locals in motels, restaurants, bars, gas stations and coffee shops. Americans have an inquisitive nature. A few people per day would start a conversation with "I love your accent, where are you from, where are you going". They were fascinated with the fact that we would drive across their country. These conversations helped us realise why only half ...

    Miami - Halfway to Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by tlvice on Mar 09, 2013


    ... counter. There was an American Airlines employee at the opening to the rope line. She asked us our destination. Then she asked if we needed a wheelchair. I immediately said yes. With that answer, she opened one of the ropes and directed us to another line. That moved us from a cue of some 25 or 30 people to a cue of one couple.

    The line in which we found ourselves waiting was a good 30 feet from ...

    Back to the United States

    A travel blog entry by maylirose on Jan 28, 2012

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    True to their word, our trip coordinators ran us ragged from dawn to dusk. Today and tomorrow I'll be going through editing and adding commentaries to some of the entries I had been too tired and overwhelmed with information to complete. I've tried to adapt my story so that friends, family, customers, and Starbucks people can follow along, and I encourage you all to browse through the last few days again.


    A travel blog entry by davidfleming on Aug 23, 2011

    ... occurs in August of 1974, when I am about to attend college again in Tallahassee. This time, I was going to be entering the Pre-Med program where I overheard other students talking about the Cadavers that came from the famed Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, Minnesota.

    I was told that in the name of research this Hospital would purchase your body for $1500, after they tattooed your foot to identify you as their property upon your demise. They then reclaimed your ...