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Best things to do in Miami

Route
“Restaurants, Bars & Nightclubs. Very nice to walk around at night & explore.”
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Point of Interest
“PortMiami boasts the title "cruise capital of the world", and is the busiest cruise/passenger port in the world. It accommodates the operations of such major cruise lines as Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line. It was home of the largest cruise ships in the world until 2009, when Port Everglades became home to Oasis of the Seas and its sister ship, Allure of the Seas. Currently the following ships are based in Miami: Carnival Vista, Carnival Sensation, Carnival Glory, Carnival Victory, Carnival Splendor, Enchantment of the Seas, Empress of the Seas, Navigator of the Seas, Norwegian Getaway, Norwegian Escape, Norwegian Sky, Disney Magic.”
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Coworking-Space
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Kraftraum/Fitness-Center
“Gyms, Medical Spas. Can't say enough good things about this club! It's basically my second home now”
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Café
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“Super close Starbucks. This location always has less people and a shorter line than the other Starbucks a couple blocks to the north. ”
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Café
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“GO-TO Place for Acaia, Goji Berry, Lucuma, smoothies - Best empanadas, Best Croissants in town - Quinoa/Kale Salads”
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Restaurant
“La Pollita is a hidden taco stand, tucked away in the heart of the Miami Design District. The tacos and salsas are top notch. Situated in an off-street area near the Prada and Balenciaga stores.”
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Meal Takeaway
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“Moon Thai & Japanese is the place to go to if your looking for a perfect mix of Japanese and Thailand food! They have the best Tiger Tear salad in Miami! Want an amazing shrimp fried rice cooked inside a juicy Pineapple, the head over to Moon Thai & Japanese!”
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Bar
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Restaurant
“Bistro, Coffee & Pastry Shop. Whether you're looking for a treat, great food, or the best Coffee in Miami, They have it all!”
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Cocktail-Bar
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“Jaguar Sun (230 NE 4th Street) can be found in the back of X Miami’s lobby. Whether it’s a glass of obscure wine or a cleverly curated cocktail, imbibers are encouraged to try something new. Try the boozy Disco Politician made with both rum and mezcal. If anyone has a second wind and is looking for something to snack on, don’t overlook the parker house rolls served with beef jus.”
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Natural Feature
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Point of Interest
“If you are looking to see the city by bicycle these rental stations are conveniently located throughout the Miami and South Beach. For more info please visit: www.citibikemiami.com”
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Bar
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“Fueled by a creative spirit, this hip loftlike eatery serves inventive Asian-fusion fare with flair. ”
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Route
“This causeways connects downtown Miami to South Beach (SoBe). Safest causeway for jogging, biking, and walking between SoBe and Miami”
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Café
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“Closest one to the house. There is another location on Sunset Drive near Mellow Mushroom”
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