Mariner Motel

702 North Surf road, Hollywood, Florida, United States | Motel
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    Travel Blogs from Hollywood

    Day 20 - Miami

    A travel blog entry by stueyd9 on Oct 10, 2013

    ... Ran down and caught the bus with Danni and Nat down to South Beach to look around. Saw the Miami Ink shop, it looked nothing like it does on TV, then just walked around the streets and down to the beach. The beach was beautiful, the sand not the best, Perth's sand is definitely better but the water was amazingly clear and lovely and warm. Got the bus back to the hotel, managed to find my wallet under a heap of Paul's stuff, ...

    End of Polio

    A travel blog entry by phungster on Oct 24, 2012

    ... your favorite route to support the End of Polio on World Polio Day!!!

    Because...I am :)


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    A travel blog entry by srodoquino on Nov 19, 2011

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    A travel blog entry by davidfleming on Sep 23, 2011

    ... you had to be there.

    Do as I say, not as I did.

    I’m not afraid of anything anymore.

    Mistakes were made, but smarter now.

    I will never be quite finished.

    I like big butts, can’t lie.

    Quiet guy, Please pay better attention.

    Near death experiences are my forte.

    No words can describe my life.

    Thought I would have ...


    A travel blog entry by davidfleming on Aug 30, 2011

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    ... where the noise came from--- Where he gets a view of Wally’s size and magnificent teeth as well.

    We kept Wally for a couple of days to show all of our friends, and then rationalized that since we caught him by hand we were deserving of his meat and hide. It was also a good way to entice people to come out and help us work, offering all the beer and gator you can eat.

    Several hours later I had him skinned, mounted and salted on a board to ...