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... the road is clogged with hot sports cars cruising around and the restaurants and bars are jam packed with socialites. Amanda and I being the backpackers that we are, with our shorts, singlets and thongs, wandered up and down the strip just watching people go about their 'South Beach' lives... Most interesting!
Miami is an interesting place, somewhere where you could get lost enjoying the beach, the food and the nightlife. We weren't really into the late night ...
We left Portland yesterday, March 8th, at 6:00 am and flew on United Airlines to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. My sister, Dee, and Keith flew with us, but they were in first class. We stayed at the Embassy Suites in Ft. Lauderdale where we met up with another sister, Jeryl; my niece, Katie; and her Aunt Laurie. This is a first cruise for the three of them.
We took a shuttle to the cruise ...
... skates. They had on sleeveless tops, shorts, and skates on their feet.
We continued walking back to the hotel in the warm sun. Did I mention that it was only in the 60's? We walked about 6 ½ miles. Need to walk a few more before the day ends.
After resting for an hour or so, we headed back out for a 45 minute walk. We ended the day with 8.87 miles walked.
Tonight we met with ...
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Where does one want to stay when In Miami at the beach of course. Thanks to my good friend George and his wife Maria I was able to rent a condo from Maria’s uncle at the Continental (40th and Collins) at the family rate. The condo decorated in a pot luck motif (basically whatever Maria’s uncle had lying around) would never ...
... I also discover the Roll Calls on the Cruise Critic forums where passengers on the same cruise can share info about the upcoming voyage: our ship will be in dry dock for the 2 weeks before our voyage undergoing routine maintenance; HAL has changed it's "Bringing Wine on Board Policy" from the most liberal to the most restrictive of all lines; on the heels of a hue and cry ...