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  • Day7

    Miami - Ocean Drive und Everglades

    July 3, 2017 in the United States ⋅ 🌙 28 °C

    Wuhuuuu ich war in Miami. Wie cool war das - da muss ich noch mal hin! Wer kommt mit?

    Vorher haben wir mit einem Teil der Crew einen Ausflug in die Everglades gemacht, Krokodile gab es leider keine, aber frischen Wind um die Ohren.
    Später sind wir noch für 1 Stunde an den Ocean Drive gefahren, beindruckende Stadt.

    Und ja gearbeitet habe ich natürlich auch. Nach 1 Woche hab ich so langsam den Bogen raus, aber nur langsam, da es unfassbar viel Neues ist. Sei es das Schiffsleben und der Job mit all seinen Facetten.

    Ab jetzt sind wir 2 Tage auf dem Meer unterwegs um dann New York zu besuchen :)
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  • Day12

    Welcome to Miami

    March 7, 2020 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 19 °C

    Wir laufen in Miami ein.
    Schon spannend. Auf den ersten Blick erinnern mich die Skyscraper an Dubai aber nur auf den ersten Blick. Dann sieht man dass Miami deutlich grüner ist. Eigentlich besteht Miami aus vielen kleinen Inseln die über Brücken miteinander verbunden sind. Auf dem Weg zu unserem Hotel fahren wir an den Unterkünften von Stars & Sternchen vorbei. Unser Driver zeigt uns wo Jennifer Lopez wohnt, falls es dann stimmt, und zeigt sich reichlich irritiert als wir ihm sagen das uns das nicht wirklich interessiert. Er weist immer wieder auf die Mega Jachten hin an denen wir vorbeifahren und auf die exorbitant teuren Autos. Ich nicke demütig weil ich keine Diskussion mit meinem Fahrer haben möchte. Bei mir denke ich nur ...wer’s braucht 🤷🏼‍♀️😉Read more

  • Day10

    Port of Miami

    March 1, 2020 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 20 °C

    When we arrived at the pier the dockside was all bustle and confusion, with luggage piled everywhere and ragged lines of tourists were stretched out everywhere with no immediately apparent purpose to them. The still and imposing shapes of the row of cruise ships in the port stood in contrast to the maelstrom of people on the quayside. More interesting though was the array of amazing t-shirt slogans, luggage and props making Star Trek in-jokes, leaving no doubt about whether we were int he right place.

    The lines to board were long, and to be honest seemed unnecessary (as there was no use of any virtual queue system) but a mere couple of hours after arriving at the port we were closing the gang plank to board Explorer of the Seas. As we started to look around the lower few decks to find our cabin we were delighted by the various bits of theming - Qua’ plagh (the Klingon pub), Quark’s Casino and pictures of Jean Luc Picard in a napoleonic naval uniform on the walls. Soon we had added to this by placing our custom sign on our stateroom door; it showed our names and the compartment number for our stateroom which I had worked out by looking at deck plans and applying the TNG tech manual.

    The numbers in the sign are 14 because its the 14th deck counting from the top (ventral) most deck; 5 because it is in a long section (as opposed to a saucer, neck or nacelle), another 5 because it is in the 5th of 9 equally sized sections along the length of the vessel (starting at the bow) and 18 because it is the 18th compartment in the section (which I counted as even to port side, odd to starboard).
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  • Day6

    Miami Cruise Terminal D

    February 23, 2019 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    Time to board! With our VIP access we whizzed through all the checkpoints fast and were on the ship before we knew it. No time to stop for additional photos. Ship was blocked by the terminal building so wasn't able to get a photo of the ship. I'll try to grab one from the pier in Grand Turk.Read more

  • Day0


    March 8, 2016 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 24 °C

    It was an incredible experience to get trought the International Airport of Miami. I really really really was pleased when we reached the cruise terminal and checked-in. I felt like walking dead and just wanted to sleep. Next morning I saw the skyline of Miami first time and was totally flabbergasted. It all seemed so surreal just like jumped out of hollywood films! I never travelled to a town like that and wanted to discover everything. Unfortunately we only had time until 6 pm. Due to this we spent our day in the famous everglades! We took a boat and flew over the grass and water. The leader made us recognize some alligators and rare birds. Later I even hold an alligator baby - its skin feld warm and soft, but definitely resistant and even as small as it was I was remembered by its maul lock that I held a dangerous predator in my hands.Read more

  • Day20

    Bye Bye

    December 16, 2016 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 20 °C

    Noch ein letzter Sonnenaufgang in Miami bzw South Beach. 🌇 Damit ist unsere große Reise fast zu Ende mit dem einen oder anderen Highlight 😉🍾

    Lots of impressions, many experiences and exciting days!

    Danke an die vielen Mitleser und Kommentare, hat uns viel Spaß gemacht, euch "mitzunehmen" auf dieser Plattform!

    Bis morgen in Deutschland!
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You might also know this place by the following names:

Port of Miami, Hafen Miami