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“The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, previously known as Villa Vizcaya, is the former villa and estate of businessman James Deering, of the Deering McCormick-International Harvester fortune, on Biscayne Bay in the present day Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami, Florida.”
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Public Art
“The Wynwood Walls has brought the world’s greatest artists working in the graffiti and street art genre to Miami. Jeffrey Deitch co-curated the first successful year of the project in 2009, collaborating with Tony before his appointment as museum director of MOCA Los Angeles. “We have strived for a diverse representation of both American and international artists that encompasses everything from the old school graffiti artists to the newest work being created around the world. The project has truly evolved into what my friend Jeffrey Deitch calls a Museum of the Streets,” Tony had summarized.”
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Basketball Stadium
“The American Airlines Arena is a sports and entertainment arena located in Downtown Miami, Florida along Biscayne Bay.It was constructed beginning in 1998 as a replacement for the Miami Arena and designed by the architecture firms Arquitectonica and 360 Architecture.”
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“So many restaurants and bars and shops all along the water and right next to the American Airlines Arena where the Miami Heat Play”
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Museu de Arte
“The Pérez Art Museum Miami is a contemporary art museum that relocated in 2013 to the Museum Park in Downtown Miami, Florida.”
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“walk around see the wall arts, art galleries, shop in small vintage stores.”
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“O shopping reúne megalojas de varejo, lojas de moda e restaurantes, além de transmitir filmes ao ar livre. ”
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Restaurante de Frutos do Mar
“Boisterous outdoor waterfront dive bar surrounding a swimming pool that overlooks the Miami Beach Marina and offers beautiful sunsets and an active happy hour with DJs, TV sports, a free parking lot and more.”
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Restaurante Mexicano
“Mexican Food: Zesty tacos & tequila drinks headline the menu at this funky joint with a food truck parked on-site. Cool place to see.... ”
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Science Museum
“Hands-on facility offers weather & technology exhibits, planetarium & wildlife centers.”
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Restaurante de comida sulista / soul food
“The best chicken sandwich you'll ever have! Quaint vibes with awesome menu. ”
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“This centre is amazingly beautiful. From the structure to the stores, you won't be able to stop looking around. Amazing place to walk around. Super easy to get to and plenty to do. They have coffee shops, movie house, great restaurants and wine bar. All your favorite stores in one place!!! Easy to get to from the metro and great views all around. Very chick and classy shopping center! ”
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“Enjoy a world-class marine-life entertainment park with eight different marine animal shows and astonishing daily presentations.”
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Casa de Shows
“Today’s Ball & Chain is a recreation of a 1930s hotspot that once occupied the same space and welcomed jazz superstars like Billie Holiday, Count Basie and Chet Baker to its stage. Across from the historic Tower Theater, the Ball & Chain has its own storied past filled with Jewish and Cuban community influences. Cuban food and festive cocktails The bar program, created by the top mixologists at the Regent Cocktail Club, is a smattering of classics (margaritas and mojitos) and new-wave drinks unique to Ball & Chain. We recommend sampling a few Cuban-inspired cocktails: the Mojito Criollo (made the classic way with the mint leaves left intact for enhanced aroma, and more sugar), the Canita (white rum, lime, house-made honey syrup, guarapo or sugarcane juice, sugarcane stick) and the Pastelito Daiquiri (pastelito-infused aged rum, lime, simple syrup, and a side of pastelitos or guava pastries). While you won't go to Ball & Chain for a full meal, the restaurant's menu of small bites make for delectable bar snacks. Order enough and you could be enjoying an incredible tapas-style dinner. The Cuban sandwich rolls are a definite crowd pleaser—think deep-fried layers of roasted pork and ham—as are the fried plantain chips. You can never eat just one. Music, then and now Who performed at Ball & Chain? The better question is, who didn't? Most of the country's greatest jazz musicians have graced the stage at Ball & Chain, from Count Bassie and Nat King Cole to Tito Puente, Jr. These days, local bands such as Spam Allstars and crooners such as the likes of Brendan O'Hara are part of the regular circuit of performers at the club's unique pineapple stage. Expect live jazz at 6pm sharp Thursday through Saturday. On Saturdays, a wild Cuban fiesta, La Pachanga, kicks off around 9pm when salsa dancers take to the bar”
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“Newly relaunched eco-adventure park; animals and adventures. Jungle Island is a must go if you are on vacation in Miami. There is a water park that you can visit and swim in don't forget your bathing suit ;)”
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“The oldest neighborhood in Miami, Coconut Grove boasts breathtaking waterfront views of Biscayne Bay, lush tropical parks and its share of historic museums. It’s home to the The Barnacle – the oldest house in its original location in the city, dating back to 1891. Also worth visiting is the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, a beautiful villa clad in European-style interiors and sprawling gardens once the home of famous business magnate James Deering. You can enjoy a stroll through Cocowalk to peruse quirky boutiques, art galleries and enjoy the bohemian lifestyle of “the village.””
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