Playa De Oro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Book of Life which Josefina liked and I thought was OK, then caught a free Trolley bus to the bottom of South Beach, then a bus to Downtown to watch Miami Heat! We booked tickets in advance for about $20 each which although up in the rafters gave us a good enough view and we enjoyed the atmosphere and the Heat win! We asked a member of staff for a plastic glass and then filled this up form the fountain, thus avoiding ...
Leaving Tallahassee after breakfast, we headed for Jacksonville. About a 2.5 hour drive, our plan was to hit the coastal highway and work our way down to Miami. Brad assumed the usual position for the drive, and before he knew it, we were in Daytona Beach, south of Jacksonville.
Stopping across the road from a Golf Car dealer, we decided to have a wander through the lot.
Heading South a short while ...
... cleared away, let alone not even finished. There followed much fawning and obsequious bowing and scraping!!
A good 15 minutes later I looked up and allowed them to take my plate away and bring me my pasta. It was not a great bowl of ...
2 days was definitely enough for Miami. Day 1. Following our breakfast of 2 pieces of white toast with a coffee and completely ignorant waitress, Alex and I decided to explore on foot. We went to the main Art Deco district on 'Lincoln Road' to try and capture some great photos. It seemed that neither of us have a natural eye or talent for photography, so instead we stopped for coffee. We chose Starbucks over Paul's endeavouring to embrace ...
... we were in Miami, who needs sleep right? Met up with Biva and Allon and decided on an "early" one in order to enjoy the day on Saturday and be fresh n ready for some serious partying on Saturday night. We started late so only ended up back at our hotel around 3am but it was tame and we spent Saturday day on Miami Beach soaking up the rays, the sun had finally decided to arrive in the supposed "sunshine state". Pete and Bronnie joined us from Fort Lauderdale later in ...