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PICsf340
01-06-2019, 03:16 PM
I am not at Envoy, but I will be in need of a crashpad in the MIA area for about 6 months beginning in March. I was hoping I might be able to gather some useful information from you guys, since you have a base there. I am pretty flexible on a lot of things, but here is a small list of what i would really like it to include:
1-comfortable/clean
2-near the airport
3-doesnít require me to have a car down there
4-affordable (not needing the cheapest thin around, especially if it has good amenities).

Thanks in advance for the help


nimslow
01-07-2019, 05:16 PM
I am not at Envoy, but I will be in need of a crashpad in the MIA area for about 6 months beginning in March. I was hoping I might be able to gather some useful information from you guys, since you have a base there. I am pretty flexible on a lot of things, but here is a small list of what i would really like it to include:
1-comfortable/clean
2-near the airport
3-doesnít require me to have a car down there
4-affordable (not needing the cheapest thin around, especially if it has good amenities).

Thanks in advance for the help

Check out blockedinncrashpads.com.

They have two MIA pads in Miami Springs, just north of 36th. Nice. clean houses. Several pricing options. Lyft is $9 +/- from the main terminal, usually a 15 minute ride or so.