Banyan Tree Ranch House

Address: 8306 Mills Drive Suite 119, Miami, Florida, 33183, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located in the Kendall area of Miami, is near Bayfront Park, The Falls Shopping Center Mall, Tropical Park, and Weeks Air Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Miami


A travel blog entry by oneworldonebike on Feb 25, 2015

... given the gate code via a text message and told that the key will be under the mat.
We had trouble getting the gate to work as the sun was so bright you could not see the lcd screen. Anyway we got in in the end. It felt really strange entering somebody's house when you have never been there before and never met them either. After showering we went off in search of food and then had a ride around Miami and road along Ocean drive. It's just Mental even at night, ...

Celebrate your Love, by traveling.

A travel blog entry by tutuwahinelv on Feb 14, 2015

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... was well, until 2am, when the fire alarm brought us to wide awake in .02 seconds... followed by a trip down the stairwell from the 6th floor. And a pajama party in the lobby. Very interesting what people chose to grab as they left their rooms, and their various stages of dress, or undress they arrived in. Took them about 30 minuets of shrieking alarm, before they decided it was a false alarm, and we were given the all clear to ...

Day 3 Enjoying our final day in Miami

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Jan 13, 2015

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... at one of the restaurants to have a hamburger. We just felt like a burger this evening. It was also happy hour so we were happy eating our burger!

We are so excited about boarding the lovely Serenity tomorrow. Not sure how much sleep we will get! We will be able to see her from our hotel window in the morning.

Until next time...


The Everglades

A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Dec 21, 2014

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... myself to sign up for a ranger led walk in the muddy waters of the swamp! Even when they assured us the rangers knew where to walk, my imagination would not stop thinking of alligators!! The Cypress trees found here are a deciduous conifer that can survive in standing water. They have dropped their needles at this time of year so when I first saw them I thought they were dead because of the water - oh the things you learn!!

Arrived on Celebrity Eclipse!

A travel blog entry by tonyandtonya on Nov 23, 2014

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... I had arugula salad with goat cheese balls, and traditional Italian spaghetti bolognaise for my entree. For dessert, Tony had tiramisu and I had panna cotta. Tony had a few glasses of wine, so he was already tired, but he hung in there with me for an after dinner show. We saw a ventriloquist/comedian, but since we had to spring our clocks forward ANOTHER hour, it was now bedtime! We started our new books and then slept a great night’s sleep. ...