Miami Activities Update

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Every time we leave Miami, we think we have seen and done pretty much all of the most of the interesting things the city and surrounding area (from Palm Beach through the Keys) has to offer. But in planning for each new trip, we discover we were wrong. In addition to the many do-agains, we [Read more …]

Art Basel and Miami Art Week 2012

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We never need an excuse to go to Miami—at least in winter. We love the architecture and the atmosphere of South Beach, the rejuvenation of neighborhoods like the Design District and Wynwood, and of course, the restaurants. As discussed in the other Miami blogs from this trip, we sampled some of each on this trip. [Read more …]

Miami Restaurants

Miami is home to all types of restaurants, from casual “joints” serving local and ethnic foods to a growing number of world-class establishments with renowned chefs. We had a chance to sample a number of them on this trip. From the most formal (and generally expensive) to the least, these include: Juvia. This was [Read more …]

Celebrating Miami Architecture

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While Miami is increasingly becoming known as an art center, it has long been known for its architecture: from Mediterranean Traditional, to Art Moderne to contemporary skyscrapers, and of course, for Art Deco. South Beach has one of the largest, best restored Art Deco districts in the world. And it is displayed to particularly stunning [Read more …]