Ramada Miami Springs / Miami International Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... what can I say rhymes with s##t and tastes of nothing. By the time we had worked our way through that little lot the sun had come out in full and it was warming up. The road was as straight as an arrow nearly all the way there with nowhere to stop. I nearly ran out of petrol, my gauge said I had 12 miles left I usually get about 190 miles on the trip before I'm that low and I was at 215 on the trip. After filling up I found my self riding faster and faster trying to ...
We had a relaxing morning, and went back to Latino Sabor for breakfast. The food was good but also a little unusual. The shuttle from the hotel was quick and efficient. There were passengers for all the ships in port, our ship was the last drop-off...
Boarding was fairly quick. We didn't bother with the buffet, as most usually do on embarkation, since we'd had that wonderful Cuban breakfast earlier, so we took the opportunity ...
... packing to make it easier for tomorrow.
We ate lunch once again at Primos and enjoyed salads. Just before lunch the rain went away and the sun was actually shining very brightly. We were very happy to see the sun.
We once again walked down to Bayside but instead of seeing all the shops, we kept walking. We passed some ...
... taken, there is always a wide range of ages, with kids running everywhere! But on this ship, Tony and I wondered if we mistakenly boarded a SENIOR CITIZEN cruise!!! Seriously! Our conclusion: There are not many people our age who can go on a 14 day cruise during the Thanksgiving holiday, except retired people. That's us, I guess. Sigh. We explored some of the fine dining restaurants and made a couple reservations. After getting a good feel of the ...
... wind picked up but there were thunderstorms everywhere and even though it was Monday, June 2nd (Crandon Park kiteboarding now allowed), it didn't seem like Brian felt up to kiting. That told me he was really not feeling well!...
The highlight was the dinner we had with Axel (an AdPeople colleague of mine) and his wife, Charlotte. Axel jokingly suggested that we meet for dinner at an Austrian restaurant but I thought it was a great idea. I had a great schnitzel ...