We moved around Miami with public transport (metrorail, metrobus) by using a Dade-transit day pass (The card name escaped my mind). It was easy to get from places to places as the public transit system in Miami is extensive. When we were in downtown and Coral Gables area, we used the free Metromovers and Trolley.
Day 1: Introduction
Miami Trolley, Metromover
South Point Park
Day 2: The best of Miami
|courtesy to Miami beach paddle board|
After a 15 minute crash course on Paddle-boarding, we went off into the water nearby. The service was great and the coach was patient (very patient). You can rent other water-sports equipment from the store. If you have more time, a neon light paddle board tour is highly recommended.
Address: 1416 18th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
website: Miami beach Paddle board
Lincoln Road MallThis iconic pedestrian road/ outdoor mall crossing the heart of Miami beach, is a good place for an enjoyable walk, shopping, people-watching and dining!
Price is slightly high but considering the friendly service, the atmosphere, the deco, the view and the quality of food... I would definitely recommend this place.
|my favorite one: with Coconut and Pineapples.|
Hours: Open today · 12–3PM, 6PM–12AM
Historical Art Deco DistrictIt is cool to walk on the first 20th-century neighborhood to be recognized by the National Register of "Historic Places". A walking tour by the Miami Design Preservation League is recommended as they will provide you with expert insights of the historical buildings. If not, a self-guided tour is equally good provided that you did some research before hand. Tip: Come at night.
Coconut GrooveThis is a lovely vibrant neighborhood with rich southern Miami vibe. There is 2 parts of this charming area: an old historic part and a trendy new half.
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