The Ten Missing in Miami

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The Ten Missing in Miami

The great city of the state of Florida dream seduces with beaches, islands and luxurious selected shopping centers. It is the icon of the state of Florida and the city of the United States more Hispanic and Caribbean. Miami is that we combine the steady growth of a city with skyscrapers, suburbs and beaches selected seductive, glamorous shopping and water sports, fashion, nightlife and proposals for the whole family.

1 – Miami Beach
Tourism for all points of view, Miami Beach is located on the coast, full of hotels and holiday apartments. It highlights the Art Deco Historic District, with hundreds of buildings which form an architectural and artistic circuit. With a variety of bars and nightclubs, hotels will get the guide “This week in Miami Beach” in order not to miss anything. As for nightlife, South Beach – SoBe-known as a neighborhood is required, who earned a place in the fashion world because he lived and died there the designer Gianni Versace. Ocean Drive is the most photographed streets of SoBe, a popular beach front, lined with historic art deco jewelry.

2 – The “Little Havana”
The greater influence in Miami received the 60 Cuban refugees was dissatisfied with the Revolution. They settled in the south in the area called “Little Havana” (Little Havana). He dominated the rhythm of salsa, men playing dominoes in the park and the breeze carries aroma of cigarette and coffee, which may be accompanied with a guava pastry. In addition, the culinary arts (the restaurant is famous Versailles) and refer to the artistic life of Cuban culture, with mixtures of other Caribbean influences. Therefore, Floribbean cuisine in the Latin district is a unique fusion. And Spanish is spoken everywhere.

3 – The island of Key Biscayne
In Miami-Dade County, the island of Key Biscayne is popular tourist attractions, fantastic beaches and marinas that offer everything from rental boats to diving excursions. Sailing is a classic Hobie Beach and Crandon Park Beach is a huge park that includes rides, tennis and bicycle lanes. At the northern tip of the island, state park protects a historic lighthouse and beach. While Miami Seaquarium was the first marine attractions of Florida, keeping up their programs with dolphins, orcas and exhibitions. In addition, each year is held here the prestigious Masters tennis tournament in Miami.

4 – The old Coconut Grove
This is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Miami, lively shopping and bustling nightlife. Built in 1916, Villa Vizcaya and its gardens are among the major tourist attractions.

5- Bayside, market and port
Bayside is the gateway to the many cruise ships that arrive at the port of Miami. Here is Bayside Marketplace, offering a festive atmosphere for shopping, dining, or address a tourist boat to spot celebrities mansions hidden among the islands along the McArthur Causeway. As is the case of the famous Fisher Island. Parrot Jungle Island and the Museum of the kids are nearby attractions and for the whole family.

6 – National Parks
Biscayne National Park was created to preserve Biscayne Bay, which boasts one of the U.S. diving sanctuaries between islands and coral reefs. There are also boat rides and kayaks with transparent backgrounds. For its part, the Everglades National Park with hydrofoils, ideal for sailing and travel on the mangrove swamps. Nearby, the Miccosukee Indian tribe casino attracts a curious and, during the day, allow tourists to share their meals and dances, and exhibit their skill against the crocodiles that abound there.

Beach in Miami

7- The sophisticated Coral Gables
Coral Gables is a city populated mainly by upper-middle classes and high. Known for its restaurants, art galleries and specialty shops, is among the country’s first planned developments, built with local limestone. The quarry, turned into Venetian Pool, has romantic bridges and waterfalls.

8 – Joe’s Stone Crab
This restaurant is known for its generous portions and dessert of Key Lime Pie, a classic Florida. While Miami’s specialty is fish and seafood, there are restaurants of excellent quality and diversity. As Martinez, who serves tapas, is fashionable and the chef is Argentina.

9- Dolphin Mall
8 km from the Airport, Dolphin Mall is great for shopping before leaving for a good price, since it is an outlet for big brands. In the “city of shopping, stand, among many others, Ball Harbor Mall, Coconut Grove, The Falls, Aventura Mall, Bayside Marketplace Cocowalk.

10 – Bal Harbour
In the middle of last century and was the refuge of celebrities including Frank Sinatra and Duke Ellington. Located between South Beach and Fort Lauderdale, Bal Harbour is now home beautiful beaches and piers, along with sumptuous mansions. In the Second World War the land was occupied by the Air Force, an important ingredient of glamorous historical paradise.

Bal Harbour Sunday por Mark A. Vargas.

In Miami, Cubans stun with their chatter, highways overwhelm their perspectives on the run, the shopping malls suck with its stained glass and magnetized sea with its beaches open to the Atlantic. All this and more: the imagery of a “capital of Latin Americans in the United States. A city of opportunity for the crisis which struck him as the rest of the country and the world, a good wake up call. But somewhere, someone must have written that in Miami you can not spoil the party.

Bon voyage!

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