Miami Airport Parking

Posted in Featured on November 26th, 2011 by Caryn B. Davis

If you are like me and make frequent trips to Florida to explore Miami and the surrounding areas, or simply use Miami International Airport as a starting point to board a puddle jumper bound for the islands, then you know how difficult it used to be to find decent Miami airport parking. Gratefully, this is no longer an issue. I have discovered a great place to park my car that has very reasonable rates and great service. Their lots are clean, safe, and well lit, and in most cases fenced in. Some lots have options to park indoors or uncover. All the lots take reservations, and have complimentary shuttle buses that will transport you to the airport in plenty of time to catch your flight. When you return to the airport after your trip, you simply pick up the courtesy phone in the baggage claim area or call from your own cell phone, and the shuttle bus will arrive momentarily. Sometimes there are buses already circling the terminals and the wait is mere moments rather than minutes. It’s completely hassle free and easy.

Travel to Edmonton

Posted in Featured on November 8th, 2011 by Caryn B. Davis

Edmonton is located in the province of Alberta, Canada and the second largest city in the area. Now don’t be put off by cities. This one is great. I recommend staying a few days and exploring all this city has to offer. But, before you can do that comfortably you need a place to stay.  If you are looking for houses for rent in Edmonton there are plenty available.

After your housing is sorted out, you set out exploring Edmonton. It is a vast cultural and educational center with world class festivals year round, North America’s largest mall (West Edmonton Mall) if shopping is your thing, and home to Canada’s largest living history museum (Fort Edmonton Park).

The city is broken up into districts that boast art centers, the government and commercial area and the warehouse district with old brick warehouses that have been turned into condos but the architecture is worth a look. So go and enjoy. The climate is mild in winter and dry in the summer.