Homestead Miami Blue Lagoon

6605 NW 7th Street, Miami, Florida, 33126, United States
Extended Stay America - Miami - Airport - Blue Lagoon
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Where to stay on a honeymoon in Miami

by Petercfc

Hi all,
I have booked flights to Miami next June as part of my honeymoon. I am really looking for advice regarding areas of Miami to stay and good hotels. Really looking for the quiet end of town but don’t want to be in the middle of nowhere . Being a honeymoon we don’t want to slum it but then we are not made of money so we have a budget of around $1,000 for 7 nights.

Any advice on hotels or areas to stay or visit would be great.

Thanks in advance

Re: Where to stay on a honeymoon in Miami

by xymmot

try to get a special at the Lowes Miami beach, sometimes they have a special at 149 per night...great place right on the strip cheers tommy x

Re: Where to stay on a honeymoon in Miami

by FRED318

1000$ US for 7 nights is not much for a good Hotel in Miami I would say 250 per night *****Google Miami Vacations there are many Hotels from 2 star to 5 Star

Re: Where to stay on a honeymoon in Miami

by Petercfc

ok we looking at more like £1,000 in GBP then. wow seems a lot to us brits but cheaper than New York anyway where we go first

Re: Where to stay on a honeymoon in Miami

by FRED318

O.K. much better that will convert to aprox 1600 $ US the rate at this time is 1.5939 here is a link for Miami Hotels etc...

Re: Where to stay on a honeymoon in Miami

by Petercfc

thanks a lot link is really useful

Re: Where to stay on a honeymoon in Miami

by NaplesJim

Please remember that Miami is really 3 distinct areas. Miami..Miami Beach.. and South Beach which is lower Miami Beach. You probably want South Beach which is lots of fun. Hotels there are The national,Loews,Ritz and many others. Use caution when booking in South Beach and do not book only according to price
Once you book online you will not receive any refunds from the terrible hotels. I booked on line and received a room with a broken window and no towels,a horrible room. South Beach is great at the right hotel. Have fun

Travel Tips for Miami

two days after a cruise, where to stay

by cochinjew

Unfortunately, Miami and FLL are not practical in terms of budget travelling. Taxi from the seaport would set you back a sum. if you are coming into FLL it is better to go somewhere near FLL.. Hollywood Beach is a good option, right on the beach, lots of places to eat and you MIGHT be able to get a place to stay around 80 usd?
Hollywood beach is fairly close to FLL airport so that would be an advantage as well. I have stayed in that part many times, and there are reasonable places to eat along the broadwalk: mexican, turkish, vegetarian, organic, middle eastern and even american!
All the best to you..

Miami Bayside

by chancay

In 5 hours you got only a very superficial impression. Passing by the streets to the bayside I saw a lot of poverty I did not expect before. Interesting for Miami is that half of the town seems to be a latin town, so much spanish speaking people, impressing.
I felt at all quite insecure, prtobably also because of my very "rusty" english knowledge at that time.

Basic Foods and their spanish pronounciations:

by Homanded

Arroz ........(Ah - Rose).......... .............White Rice
Frijoles .....(Free-'Ho-Les)..... .............Beans (Neh-gro=black, Roe-'Hoes=Red)
Congri ......(Cone - Gree) ...................Rice with Beans cooked together
Maduros ...(Ma - Do - Rose).... ...........Sweet Fried Plantains
Tostones.. (Toes - Toe - Nehs)......... .Fried Green Plantains
Palomilla... (Pa-Low-Mee-Yah).......... .Skirt Steak - usually with lime/onions
Pollo......... (Poe - 'YO)....................... Chicken
Picadillo.... (Pee - Kah - Dee - Yo)...... Wonderful Ground Sirloin dish in wine
Lechon...... (Leh - Shown)................. Roasted Pork (Suckling Pig)
Pargo........ (Par - Go)........................ Snapper
Cherna..... (Chair - Nah).................... Grouper
Paella....... (Pah - Eh - Ya)................. Seafood and Rice dish - Yummy!
Flan Flahn Delicious Custard
Crema Catalana Kreh - Ma Creme Broulee
Cafecito Kah - Fay - C - Toe Cuban Coffee

Floridian Golf

by CanuckMark

There are plenty of golf courses in the Miami area, the Doral being the most famous.

If you're like me, and don't golf unless you have to, then there are a couple of things to know about Miami golfing.

1) Don't go during the middle of the day. It can be hotter than the depths of hell, and if you don't really love the game - then it may not be any fun at all...

2) Courses are busy during the weekends. It is not uncommon to be asked to play with another group and to speed up your game during play. Don't seek solitude on the course

3) They serve alcohol on most courses by way of a bar cart. Need I say more?? Bring your own clubs if you are a fanatic. Otherwise, the clubhouse or proshop has high-end rentals for reasonable rates.

Everglades National Park

by goingsolo

Spanning the southern tip of the Florida peninsula and most of Florida Bay, Everglades National Park is the only subtropical preserve in North America. It contains both temperate and tropical plant communities, including sawgrass prairies, mangrove and cypress swamps, pinelands, and hardwood hammocks, as well as marine and estuarine environments. The park is known for its rich bird life, particularly large wading birds, such as the roseate spoonbill, wood stork, great blue heron and a variety of egrets. It is also the only place in the world where alligators and crocodiles exist side by side.
Everglades National Park has been designated a World Heritage Site, an International Biosphere Reserve, and a Wetland of International Importance.


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 Homestead Miami Blue Lagoon

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Address: 6605 NW 7th Street, Miami, Florida, 33126, United States