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Shane CorstorphineWell worth a half day visit. The gardens are lovely and good fun for kids to run around and get lost. There is a cafe in the main house but we didn’t eat there. The maze was destroyed some years back so is regrowing.Lovely place just to go and spend some time and relax. Great views across to Key Biscayne too.
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Art District
GLS***89I went by myself one afternoon and I walked from South Beach. This a great place to spend the afternoon. It’s free to visit and there is loads of incredible art to be seen.
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周游列国Little Havana in Miami (LITTLEHAVANA). I traveled to Havana last year. After I came back, I have a Cuban complex. I am concerned about the Cuban domestic economy and all news about the normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States. This is also the fun of traveling. Miami is very close to Havana. At that time, Cuba’s domestic policies, liquidation of foreign-funded enterprises and land reform, etc., before and after hundreds of thousands of Cubans went to Miami, relatively concentrated in the current Little Havana area. There are also many immigrants from Central and South America living in the area of Little Hawa, whose main language is Spanish. After we arrived in Miami, we immediately visited Little Havana. We took No. 207 from the government center of the light rail to Little Havana. After passing a gas station with a huge star-spangled banner, we started to feel the atmosphere of Little Havana, walking along the block and taking pictures. Take bus 208 back to the government center station. Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood is much busier than Cuba’s Havana. The colorful houses, pink, orange, light blue, goose yellow, look very happy. The exteriors of old houses in Hawa, Cuba are also painted in color, but many are in disrepair and dilapidated. Little Havana has a strong commercial atmosphere, without the beautiful scenery of the Caribbean coast, and the friendship of the citizens, and it is simple. I asked many places along the way, but I didn't see a real Cuban. A big colorful rooster stands outside the door of the Little Havana Information Center. This is a Cuban souvenir shop with a red Miami double-decker tourist bus parked at the door. I haven't seen a big rooster made a logo in Cuba. I asked the store owner and the answer was that the rooster is a symbol of hard work, or it didn't solve our doubts. There are many types of tourism, Miami/Havana, the two elements add up to inject more connotation into the product, which is very popular with tourists. When traveling in Havana, due to the local government's control policies, only the tobacco factory outlets and major hotels sell cigars. Individual residents sell small amounts of cigars in small boxes. It is difficult to see the production on site. Little Havana abounds, cigar shops are lined up with exquisite layout, and craftsmen are cutting tobacco leaves and making them. The finished cigars are beautifully packaged. There are many shopping guides for cigar advertisements, and the price is not high. A single cigar for tasting only costs two dollars. Visitors can be seen tasting cigars on the street. In a specialty store, the grandfather sits there holding a cigar in style, with the Cuban flag and a picture of Churchill smoking a cigar in the store. The Little Havana restaurant is the busiest, with colorful decorations. Cuban flags and Hemingway photos can be seen everywhere. Some play passionate music, and some diners dance on the spot. Serves Latin American cuisine. Spanish tacos are very popular. We saw a lot of elderly people playing cards at the activity station in the Little Havana neighborhood. They looked like mahjong cards. The cards were much longer than mahjong. They were domino cards, and some played chess and poker. The old people gathered, chatted and played cards. They seemed to be happy, and they didn't resist taking pictures. The murals on Little Havana Street are very distinctive. They are Cuban elements, and the pictures are more gorgeous, vivid and exaggerated. This Little Havana attraction has been around for several years, and now the relationship between the United States and Cuba is improving, attracting more tourists' attention to Little Havana.
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Stadium
M30***41Its a great facility with a good crowd. Clean and easy to get around, great views from the balconies and good view even from the 300 section.
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National Park
泰宁根吴承恩Deep Bay State Park has very beautiful beaches, which are close to tropical beaches. So it can be said that it is very suitable for playing in the water all year round, and it is also a very distinctive place. The beach has a large area of sand and the sea water is particularly good.
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57 Reviews
Zoo
Bracha SilberOne of the nicest zoos that I have been to. The animals are in a natural setting so that you feel that you are walking through a natural game reserve.

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About Miami

Art deco buildings, miles of sandy white beaches and plenty to do, Miami is a year-round summer vacation destination for singles, couples and families. While the city has its fair share of museum exhibits and cultural locations (don't miss the Ancient Spanish Monastery), it's the beach scene, nightlife, exotic cuisine and modern hotels that are the real attractions. Steamy South Beach is quickly becoming the place to see and be seen at one of the many haute couture shops, eclectic restaurants or trendy bars. For family vacationers, get the kids to the Miami Seaquarium and Jungle Island, featuring lush gardens with animal shows and exhibits. Adults will like the plentiful golf courses, live jazz and tropical music, and chic nightclubs where everyone is dressed to impress. Miami is a top dining destination, and their unique "New World" cuisine blends local, Cuban, Latin American and international flavors. This is the city to try out a boutique hotel. At South Beach is chock-a-block with the trendiest of options. Venture out a few minutes from town to the Everglades for alligator spotting or Biscayne National Park for snorkeling among coral reefs.

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Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Miami
22 Oct, 2021 Miami Weather: Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 81%, Sunrise/Sunset: 07:23/18:47
Miami Driving: Suitable, Running: Not Recommended, Cycling: Suitable

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