Topics :: Miami River
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By Sheri Elfman | Wednesday Sep 28, 2011
There’s so much to see and do in Miami - and so many unique neighborhoods, that it would be almost impossible to cover them all in one article. From Winter Party to White Party to many parties in between, Miami is known as THE place to let loose!
By SUZETTE LABOY | Tuesday Jul 26, 2011
Graffiti was once considered a sign of urban decay, the sort of thing that might keep tourists away from a neighborhood. Now, not only is it an accepted art form, but it’s also the subject of a new tour in one of Miami’s trendiest neighborhoods.
By ANNIE GREENBERG | Saturday Sep 4, 2010
The Miami River isn’t the prettiest body of water in the city. It’s not the clearest or the cleanest, and it’s certainly not made for swimming. But along its banks are remnants of Miami as it once was.
By Mark Thompson | Monday Dec 14, 2009
In South Beach, it’s all about the ocean: the ocean in the morning, when the sun rises over the water and the oceanfront hotels array their lounge chairs and umbrellas in neatly-ordered rows for another day in paradise. The truth is, there’s no better South Beach vista than the one from the balcony of an oceanfront hotel room: the sweep of the sand, the aqua-blue water, waves breaking along the shore as yogis practice asanas and runners jog along the waterfront-and waiters scurry to and fro, carrying drinks to those too relaxed to move from their cushioned chaises. This is the sort of view you want to awaken to every morning-and that’s where the Shelborne Beach Resort has you covered.
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