Residence Inn by Marriott Miami Airport South

1201 NW LeJeune Road , Miami, Florida, 33126, United States
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Travelling to Lima through Miami

by hawkhead

Planing to travel to Lima, Peru from the UK. Best fare is through Miami. I hold a British passport. Can anyone tell me exactly what I need to have in order to transit Miami from the UK. I know I need my passport but what else is required by the US authorities?

Re: Travelling to Lima through Miami

by nhoolb

When travelling on the Visa Waiver, you will need ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorisation) before you embark on your flight to the USA.

https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/esta.html?_flowExecutionKey=_c0A00DF03-160E-22A6-698C-AB8A4A61D214_k51FF8863-32C7-B456-F24F-8C02FFF10716

Travel Tips for Miami

One of my favorite parts of...

by c_mesteller

One of my favorite parts of Miami is the section known as South Beach. This was once a run down area of crumbling old hotels occupied only by poor old retirees and homeless people. During the eighties (I think)people started to appreciate the gorgeous architecture of these old hotels once again, and the area has since experienced an amazing revival. You can still see echoes of how bad it all looked years ago, as there are still occasional properties in magnificent ruin. Overall, however, the entire area is one sparkling jewel of a hotel after another. This is the place for the fabulous and the famous. One year I came with several friends for New Year's Eve. Right around midnight all of Oceanview Drive felt like it was filled with magic. A Spanish guitarist name Luis Mejia was playing on the porch of The Breakers hotel and people started dancing in the street. The night was gorgeous, I was with good friends and the music was passionate. Best New Year's Eve ever.

Before Collins Ave.

by cobrioc

Just before, Collins Ave makes its little jog to the left , you see what appears to be two magnificent pillars, through which the Fontainebleau pool is visible. As you get closer , you'll realize it's a spectacular trompe-l' oveil mural. The mural , designed by Richard Hass and painted over an eight week period by Edwin Abreu , covers 13,016sq feet of what was a big blank wall before 1986.

The Eden Roc Hotel & Resort , 4525 Collins Ave. is another notable 1950s- era resort.

European friends asked me...

by pulgaron

European friends asked me wether the shops, and restaurants in Miami closed mid day. Businesses in Miami do not close in the middle of the day. They stay open straight through closing time. You may find restaurants that open as early as 6:00am, and some stay open till 3:00am, and there some dinners that donot close at all. Shops, such as department stores(magasins) generally open after 10:00am and close between 9:00 and 11:oopm.
Tipping: it is custumary to tip restaurant workers between 15 and 18% of the total bill. taxi drivers 10%. Baggage handlers $1.00 to $2.00 per piece of luggage. No tipping at movie theaters.
There is a 7% sales tax on most items except medicines, religious items, and unprepared food, and it is usually not included in the price you see in the store windows Down Town, so remember you will be billed that price plus 7%. It used to be 6.5% but since January 1st, 2003 it went up to 7%. Hotel tax in Miami is currently 12.5% of room cost.
A decimal point is used in the U.S. instead of a comma to separate the dollars and cents, example: nine dollars and forty nine cents is written as $9.49, not $9,49.

Spanish is used profusely in Miami, here are some usefull words:

Buenos Dias.... Good morning;
Buenas Tardes..... Good Afternoon;
Buenas Noches.... Good Night;
Quiero Agua..... I want water;
Quiero Comer I want to eat;

Donde esta el hotel where is the hotel;
Donde esta el restaurante where is restaurant;
Donde esta la farmacia where is the drugstore;

Cuanto Cuesta?......How much?;
necesito ayuda I need help;
Yo soy de New York I am: from New York;
Yo soy miembro de VT I a member of VT;
Adios Good Bye.

Visit the MICCOSUKEE INDIAN...

by drolkar

Visit the MICCOSUKEE INDIAN VILLAGE, home of the 500-strong Miccosukee Indian tribe. Originally part of the Seminole Tribe, the Miccosukees took to the Everglades to hide in order to avoid being forcibly resettled in the American West during the nineteenth-century Indian Wars. They maintained an independent lifestyle, living in thatched buildings known as 'chickees' and moving about the swamps to hunt and trade with one another using dugout canoes made from hollowed-out cypress logs. Only with the construction of the Tamiami Trail Highway, which began in the 1930s, did the Miccosukees begin to come in contact with the modern world..... Tel.: (305) 223 - 8380.... (More photos coming soon, but for now -- here is one of me trying on an Indian headdress for size, about to have my head cut off!)

More street shopping in Miami

by wahine76 about Lincoln Road

Another place for some street shopping is Lincoln Road between Washington and Alton. Its a closed pedestrian street with trendy outside cafes and stores.

Youll find stores such as Pottery Barn, Crate & Barrel, Banana Republic, French Connection, Anne Taylor Loft, as well as independent stores.

A little further, between Washington & Collins avenue, youll find cheesy souvenir stores. Take a break at one of the trendy outside cafes for a drink.

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Address: 1201 NW LeJeune Road , Miami, Florida, 33126, United States