Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Our Travel Guide to Miami

We spent a couple of days in Miami over Valentine’s Day weekend. Luckily, this sunny, colorful city is just a few hours drive south of us. I did a little research beforehand but every guide that included activities for kids were not what we were looking for. I knew we would want to spend a lot of time outside and that we would not want to pay several hundred dollars to stand in line at busy touristy attractions. Some of those I am sure are great but not what we were looking for.

On our list and included below: Little Havana, South Beach, & Wynwood Walls.

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Little Havana
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The famous Versailles Restaurant for a Cuban sandwich & mojito
 
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Cuban coffee.

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Miami Beach
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We met some new French-Canadian friends.

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If lifeguard stands could be tiny homes….these would be mine.

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Same Beach | different day
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Wynwood Walls
The place where all my daydreams are fulfilled. This blend of COLOR, street art, and just plain visual interest makes me swoon.

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Thanks for joining us on our wanderings in Miami, Florida!
Love,
Sally