9 Beautiful Towns You Must Visit On Florida’s East Coast
Home to all walks of life, Miami is home to visitors from all over the world, the best Cuban offerings outside of Cuba, and unmatched people-watching opportunities. Begin your Miami experience at Lincoln Road Mall, South Florida’s premier open air shopping, dining and entertainment complex. It has pedestrian zones with street cafes in the center. Have a coffee and a pastry in the Paul Bakery Cafe or shop in over 80 stores.
My favorite thing to do in Miami is take a Bike and Roll Miami Segway ride around South Beach. If you’ve never tried it before, riding a Segway is easy and great fun. Learn how to ride along Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive amid the priceless antique and imported cars during a 10- to 15-minute crash course (don’t worry, you won’t tip over). Admire the Art Deco capital’s stunning architecture, waterfront, parks, and local neighborhoods around the world.
Round off your Miami visit with a stop in Little Havana, the most Cuban neighborhood of Miami possible. Enjoy a Media Noche sandwich and cortadito (a Cuban coffee with a little milk) in the Versailles restaurant, an authentic eatery. During your stay, make time to visit Maximo Gomez Park on historic Calle Ocho, where you can see dozens of domino players, then browse the shops for souvenirs and clothes from Little Havana.