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... t leave Miami Beach without spending a night in the bars and restaurants along Ocean Drive - there are plenty to choose from, depending on what you are looking for. More 'Coronaritas', and there seemed to be a fishbowl-sized cocktail on every table!
We also checked out the shopping along Lincoln Rd. Miami is a very cosmopolitan and multicultural place - as well as obviously a lot ...
... route of A1A/Rt. 1 early on to check out the unspoiled Florida beaches at Canaveral National Seashore, the 4th national seashore of our trip! The weather was great! The rain held off but the overcast skies helped to keep the temperatures down. We stopped at the visitor's center and were able to see a few dolphins swimming in the Mosquito Lagoon. The name was not a misnomer. We took a short hike out to another lagoon overlook ...
... through the detector. I went through with no problem and stationed myself near the conveyor discharge from the X-ray machine. My first indication there was a bit of a hiccup was when the man sitting at the monitor took the bin containing my tennis shoes and sat them aside. Then I realized what was causing the problem. It was Leslie's cane. It had somehow gotten stuck inside the machine. That made all of the ...
... said, 'have we missed the fight already?' Typical southie. The fort turned out to be average. A fight would have been better.
Miami was a bit of a culture shock. Firstly it is almost completely Spanish. Everyone speaks English but Spanish is the language of choice. There are loads of tramps and there is a deep rooted sexual undertone in almost everything. We actually saw a really funny thing happen. Walking down the street one day behind some ...
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