Posted May 27, 2010 by BookingBuddy
If you’re searching for a place blessed with eternal summer, then look no further than Miami Beach. The city is full of blue skies and bluer waters, and a typical winter’s day will see the beach filling up with bronzed bodies soaking up the sun. The stunning Art Deco buildings dotting the city have starred in many movies and TV series, including Miami Vice and Scarface. The city itself has a vibrant cultural scene, and the large numbers of Hispanic residents have contributed many tasty dishes to Miami’s dining scene.
Everglades National Park – The stunning Everglades have featured in films and TV shows, but to see it in person still takes your breath away. Rent a kayak and spend a few pleasant hours paddling through mangroves and lakes, and working your way through lush jungles of sawgrass. You can also hike along the various trails and come face to face with the unique plants and animals found in the Everglades.
Versailles – Versailles in Miami is almost as famous as its French namesake, but there’s nothing French about this place. The restaurant itself is popular with the Cuban community and visitors, and for good reason. The walk-up window serves over 1000 cups of cafecitos a day – a sweet, strong Cuban espresso. Feast on big plates of ropa vieja (stewed, shredded beef) or a combination plate of lechon asado (roast pork), plied high with onions, peppers and maduros (sautéed plantain).
The Park Central – Experience Miami Beach from the comfort of your hotel room here. The Park Central is set in a beautiful Art Deco building, located on Ocean Drive, the city’s famous beachfront stretch. Should the beach get too crowded, simply retire to the hotel’s rooftop deck to continue your session in the sun. Period furniture in the rooms and black and white photographs hung on the walls help to evoke a sense of Miami’s history. Room rates start from £160.
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