Canyon Ranch Hotel & Spa Miami Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We spent our last night at the bar at our hotel where they had a pre-Thanksgiving party with a DJ. Well we really didn’t have a choice as we can hear it from our room so there was no chance in sleeping through it so we thought we might as well join them. We started off with a few drinks from our local liquor store. With Smirnoff for $2 and a pack of 4 beers for $3.88 how can you go wrong.
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... problem! It would have been very difficult get my cards resent to me because I have no address. Anyway, we both and a really fun night out! The next day was spent hungover by the pool, then had to say our goodbyes that evening. It was way too short but it was a great getaway for both of us! And I hope to do my Yacht courses so I can also do similar work. In the meantime grace advised that I walk the docks and look for day work. It will be handy for my resume and be good ...
... is located right next to highway 836, a main artery that goes east and west through the Miami area ending on the east in South Beach. She brought loads of brochures and maps to plan our excursions over the next four days.
After our nap we took a drive in the afternoon past Coral Gables and out to the Art Deco area of South Beach. The upbeat energy and eclectic ...
... new people. It was weird going to a small intimate party for someone that we did not know, but we had a great time! Oh, did I fail to mention that David was the ONLY straight guy I'm the place??? No worries, a gay lounge is tons of fun! We left with promises of seeing them next year to celebrate Stan's birthday again! All in all, it was a great start to the vacation. I can't wait to explore Ocean Drive tomorrow and see what kind of trouble we can find over ...
... which sit low, and not in the bag that sits on the top rack. Paul took the fully packed bike for a test drive without me to check it out for stability, he wanted to be sure he knew how the bike would handle with the extra weight on board. Paul returned all happy with the packing arrangement and now we are off to Mortons Steakhouse to celebrate Pauls birthday with 22oz Chicago style rib eye on the bone...with pepper Cognac ...