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Old April 3rd, 2008, 01:15 PM
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We have a late flight (4:35p) out of Miami when we return to port. Has anyone taken a debarkation day excursion before going to the airport? We are thinking of taking our DD on the Childrens Museum excursion. Any replys would be helpful. Price, what to do with luggage, worth the trip...
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I did The Miami Seaquarium tour a few years back. I doubt it was worth the price though I did enjoy it. The main advantage was not having to deal with luggage. Expect that you will still have plenty of time to kill at the airport.
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we did the Miami Seaquarium tour also. Kids like it and we did not have to deal with luggage.
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we did the Everglades tour in January and it was pretty cool. They take you out in an airboat through the swamps to see wildlife including aligators. The only downside was it was cold and cloudy that day but otherwise it was a blast. They bus you down there and keep your bags on the bus until they drop you at the airport. The little aligator show at the end was a bit lame. I thought they would put their head in the gators mouth or something like you see on TV but all they did was talk about the animals while they walk around the pen. Think the cost was around $60 maybe. All in all just riding an airboat was worth it to me..
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