Hollywood Gateway Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... We all breathed a sigh of relief as we made our way back to the Avis drop off point, originally Heather and Tim were going to take the car as they had an extra 6 hours to wait for their plane but after the freeway fiasco and the fact that they wouldn't have Jane and google maps to help them they decided they'd rather hang around the airport. We said our goodbyes as they are heading off to LA to spend the week staying with Tims uncle and Rodd and I headed upstairs ...
... beaches on both sides of the park were inviting, and the water warm. There is a good view of the Bahia Honda bridge and the Flagler railway bridge which now sits abandoned nearby. In the early 1900’s, Flagler instigated the building of the rail bridge from Miami to Key West. It provided the unique opportunity to travel by rail ‘over the sea’. There was much fanfare and formal celebration when the train reached its destination. Unfortunately the ...
We spent our day driving around South Beach and our evening visiting a baseball stadium.
South Beach was a place to see; packed with people, music, restaurants and plenty of blue skies. The only problem was that it was so humid; I didn't know my knees could actually drip with sweat. South Beach is definitely a happening place and a place worth visiting over ...
My flight leaves Fort Worth, Texas without a hitch and we head off to Miami, Florida.
The flight is a regular flight. A ghetto American Airlines plane. I'm in the middle seat. Don't sleep. Still not feeling all that good and therefore not wanting any food. I just think to myself, how will my luggage have made it on the plane ...
... this morning.
After we'd sweated and cooled off in our clothes for about the 20th time that morning - we ruled that we desperately needed a shower and cooling off so we headed back to the hostel. It was also lunch time so after a nice change of clothes we went in search of a place to eat. We ended up at a place called Manolo's which served supersized helpings of everything. I got a pizza for $6.00 that was the size of an A4 paper - and was supposed to be ...