Banyan Tree Ranch House

Address: 8306 Mills Dr Ste 119, Miami, Florida, 33183-4838, 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

Cocktails, Ferraris, bikinis, skin and show

A travel blog entry by jamee on Sep 05, 2015

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... Fun!

First thing on the agenda - cocktails oh and food, it was dinner time after all. We decided to eat at the hotel given it was smack bang in the middle of all the action and had a balcony birds eye view of Ocean Blvd. Our "server" made some cocktail recommendations and off we went. Wendy Ric******* they served Caprioskas large size and spot on - you would have loved it so I decided I better have one for you as're ...


A travel blog entry by gillmison on Jun 30, 2015

1 comment, 53 photos

... film and she laughed a little too hard at this for my liking. Fortunately I had the last laugh, my bag stayed dry and I was considerably drier than Wills who looked like he had just jumped in the swimming pool.

On our last day we went back on ...

Random Zapping

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 27, 2015

... with ESTA's, etc) it means that there are a lot of people with x's across their receipts and so the lines are much longer than if you had just gotten into a line without the blinking machine. And true to most airports, there were two immigration officers sitting in the line of 30 or more desks. I really try hard not to complain but yesterday I was tired and hot (being in Miami) and sweaty and so was really ...

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!!

What a wonderful surprise!!!

A travel blog entry by trevandlorna on Jul 10, 2014

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Today we drove to Miami via the Everglades! We saw some alligators on the way, though not too close!!! When we got to our hotel in Miami, they delivered fresh fruit, champagne, chocolate strawberries, truffles and chocolate almonds as a congratulations for our honeymoon- it was all very yummy!!! During lunch, Trev told me about a surprise he had planned for me......he had chartered a 47 ft sailing yacht to leave Miami at ...