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American Airlines Flights from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago (POS) to Miami (MIA)

As part of booking roundtrip flights which depart from US airports, Orbitz is pleased to offer airline tickets on American Airlines, which operates 2 regularly scheduled daily non-stop flights from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago (POS) to Miami (MIA), departing between 8:20am and 3:40pm. Usually a Boeing 757 or Boeing 767-300 is flown for this route, with in-seat power sources available. Generally, a movie is offered on this route, as well as audio programming. The average travel time from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago to Miami, FL is 4 hours and 5 minutes.

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During your Miami vacation, don't miss these great establishments and attractions:

Miami Duck Tours
Hands down, this is the corniest, kookiest tour in the entire city. In fact, the company prefers to call these tours the "Quackiest" way to visit Miami and the Beaches. Whatever you call it, it's weird. The Watson Willy is the first of several planned Miami Duck Tours "vesicles," not a body party, but a hybrid name that means part vessel, part vehicle (technical name: Hydra Terra Amphibious Vehicle). Each "vesicle" seats 49 guests, plus a captain and tour guide and leaves from Watson Island behind Parrot Jungle Island, traveling through downtown Miami and South Beach. If you're image conscious, you may want to reconsider traveling down Ocean Drive in a duck. That's right, a duck, which is what the "vesicle" looks like. After driving the streets in the duck, you'll end up cruising Biscayne Bay, past all the swanky houses. Embarrassing or downright hilarious, Miami Duck Tours is definitely something unique.

Miami Seaquarium
If you've been to Orlando's SeaWorld, you may be disappointed with Miami's version, which is considerably smaller and not as well maintained. It's hardly a sprawling seaquarium, but you will want to arrive early to enjoy the effects of its mild splash. You'll need at least 3 hours to tour the 35-acre oceanarium and see all four daily shows starring a number of showy ocean mammals. You can cut your visit to 2 hours if you limit your shows to the better, albeit corny, Flipper Show and Killer Whale Show. The highly regarded Water and Dolphin Exploration Program (WADE) allows visitors to touch and swim with dolphins in the Flipper Lagoon. The program costs $140 per person participating, $32 per observer, and is offered twice daily, at noon and 3:30pm, 7 days a week. Children must be at least 52 inches tall to participate. Reservations are necessary for this program. Call tel. 305/365-2501 in advance for reservations.

Wolfsonian-Florida International University
Mitchell Wolfson Jr., heir to a family fortune built on movie theaters, was known as an eccentric, but I'd call him a pack rat. A premier collector of propaganda and advertising art, Wolfson was spending so much money storing his booty that he decided to buy the warehouse that was housing it. It ultimately held more than 70,000 of his items, from controversial Nazi propaganda to King Farouk of Egypt's match collection. Thrown in the eclectic mix are also zany works from great modernists such as Charles Eames and Marcel Duchamp. He then gave this incredibly diverse collection to Florida International University. The former 1927 storage facility has been transformed into a museum that is the envy of curators around the world. The museum is unquestionably fascinating and hosts lectures and rather swinging events surrounding particular exhibits.


Make your reservations for discount hotel rooms in the Miami area, including:

Silver Sands Beach Resort
If Key Biscayne is where you want to be and you don't want to pay the prices of the Ritz or Sonesta next door, consider this quaint one-story motel. Everything is crisp and clean, and the pleasant staff will help with anything you may need, including babysitting. But despite the name, it's certainly no resort. Except for the beach and pool, you'll have to leave the premises for almost everything else, including food. The well-appointed rooms are very beachy, sporting a tropical motif and simple furnishings. Oceanfront suites have the added convenience of full kitchens, with stoves and pantries. You'll sit poolside with an unpretentious set of Latin-American families and Europeans who have come for a long and simple vacation -- and get it.

The Palms South Beach
A $5 million renovation has transformed this formerly shabby, uninspired oceanfront tourist trap into an antebellum tropical oasis in which Art Deco meets Gone with the Wind. Lush tropical landscaping, both indoors and out, is a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle on congested Collins Avenue. In fact, the landscaping renovations of the hotel were so impressive, Fairchild Tropical Garden opened a gift shop at the hotel, The Palm Collection by Fairchild Tropical Garden, which offers an impressive collection of items for the home and garden. Upon arrival, guests receive the hotel's signature welcome drink, O'Mango Infusion, and on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, the hotel offers Yoga Under the Palms, complimentary Yoga sessions taking place in and around the hotel's garden. Rooms have been spruced up beautifully, bordering on boutiquey, with high-tech amenities, and if you're so inclined, you can take advantage of the hotel's Relax and Rejuvinate spa-treatments in the comfort of your own room. A huge outdoor area is landscaped with palms and hibiscus and has a large freshwater pool as its centerpiece. It faces a popular boardwalk for runners and strollers as well as a large beach where watersports equipment is available. To sway you from leaving the premises, the Palms has an excellent beach service, a "PoolCierge," in which umbrellas, towels, lounges, and, of course, that tropical drink with a paper umbrella are just a short order away. Note: This hotel is not in South Beach, as the name would have you believe. However, it is in the heart of Miami Beach and is only a short ride to South Beach. The hotel now offers a "Palms and Parrots Family Package," a 2-night package featuring tickets for the entire family to Parrot Jungle Island in Miami Beach and includes a welcome basket of tropically-themed snacks for the kids.

The Delano
Before Ian Schrager revamped (emphasis on the vamp) the neighboring The Shore Club hotel, the Delano was the reigning force in the hierarchy of hip hotel royalty. But that was then. Today, the Delano, a place where smiles from staffers were as rare as snow in Miami, is kinder and gentler, which, for some, takes away the whole cache of staying here. But it certainly still is amusing to look at -- with 40-foot sheer white billowing curtains hanging outside, mirrors everywhere, Adirondack chairs, and faux-fur-covered beds. The rooms are done up sanitarium style: sterile, yet terribly trendy, in pure white save for a perfectly crisp green Granny Smith apple in each room -- the only freebie you're going to get here. A bathroom renovation recently took place in all of the rooms -- but they remain small and spartan.An attractive, white-clad staff looks as if they were hand picked from last month's Vogue. While they may sigh if you ask for something, eventually they'll get it for you. The gym here is great, but it costs $15 a day, even if you are a guest. The fantastic wading pool, thankfully, is free, but get out early to snag a chair. The Blue Door restaurant, formerly part-owned by Madonna, serves lots of attitude with its pricey haute cuisine, and for a quick bite of pricey sashimi, grab a seat at the communal eat-in-kitchen table at Blue Sea, the hotel's superb sushi bar. The lobby's Rose Bar is command central for the chic elite who don't flinch at paying in excess of $10 for a martini. Salvation from the hotel's mod version of Age of Innocence-esque social mores (or lack thereof) is Agua, the rooftop spa, where, if you can afford it, an hour massage while overlooking the ocean is blissful.Facilities: 3 restaurants (featuring the acclaimed Blue Door); bar; large outdoor pool; state-of-the-art David Barton gym; extensive watersports equipment; children's programs; concierge; business center; room service; in-room massage; same-day dry-cleaning and laundry services.


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