Americas Best Inns Miami Arpt

7330 North-West 36th Street, Miami, Florida, 33166, United States
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Miami Beach. Weekend and Photography and Coffee Shops

by mcgregorlink

I will be staying at the Lowes Miami Beach next week. I have the weekend free.

I would appreciate some suggestions for areas(within walking dist)to just hang out in the morning/early afternoon, take some street photography (people, places). A good coffee shop suggestion nearby would be great to read the paper, visit with locals, etc. Also, a bookstore in the area would be a plus.

Thanks for your feedback.

Re: Miami Beach. Weekend and Photography and Coffee Shops

by Glbtrotter

In addition to Lincoln Rd you'll find your hotel is very well located. Just a few blocks from Ocean Dr, Collins and Washington Avenues. There's a Cafe somewhere along Ocean Dr. and the polurar Van Dyke Cafe right on Lincoln Rd. As for bookstore, Books&Books is close to Van Dyke.

Re: Miami Beach. Weekend and Photography and Coffee Shops

by acprincess

There's a great French Bakery on Collins near lincoln. I think it's called La Provence.

For photography, you could do worse than the boardwalk along the dunes. I'm always impressed with the cross section of humanity that passes me by when I walk there.

Re: Miami Beach. Weekend and Photography and Coffee Shops

by mcgregorlink

Thanks to all for the responses. You provided just the info I needed. Arriving in the am. Hoping the rain will hold off.

We report back.

Regards,
John

Travel Tips for Miami

The Sunshines here!

by Myventure

Miami is mainlly know for it beaches, In particular South Beach. With great beaches comes great weather, sunshines all the time. (well most of the time.) South Beach has the famous Ocean Drive with many restaurants, hotels, bars & stores. The beach is made up of people from all over the world, from Europeans to South Americans. Two words 'The Weather'

Fairchild Tropical Gardens

by seagoingJLW

This tropical garden, located at 10901 Old Cutler Road in Coral Gables, is open daily from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Garden admission ($10) includes a narrated tram tour. as well as the conservatory and Gatehouse Museum. This is the Shehan Visitor Center

Goombay Festival

by Homanded

Bahama's version of Calle Ocho and located in Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove.

Reported to be the largest black heritage festival in the US, it started in 1977 and it has grown from there.
It is geared towards the Bahamian roots in Miami and features dancing in the streets, music, calypso and ra-gae music.
Dancing to the steel drums, watching the colorful costumes parading down the beautiful streets of Coconut Grove and sampling all that delicious Caribbean food makes for an intoxicating weekend!
I find it more fun than Calle Ocho - Dont miss it if you have a chance.
Always in August, check for specific times.

Admission is Free
Runs Friday through Sunday 10:00am - 11:00pm

The Everglades

by Joseph69

If you get a chance, do a tour of the Everglades. I was surprised how close they are to Miami. It's merely an hour or so by road.

You get to go on a very noisy boat which looks like a hovercraft and you will skim along the water to explore the wildlife. Alligators, birds, etc, are in abundance!

The tour also includes a talk about their "friendly" alligators, which was groovy.

I managed to even get to hold a little alligator! He was a friendly chap, and I didn't get bitten.

Learn to fly an Ultra Light...

by pulgaron

Learn to fly an Ultra Light plane. These things land rigth on the water. Not only you learn to fly it but you get the best view of Miami, and Miami Beach. They fly you up and down the beach. On Rickenbacker Causeway after the first bridge. Telephone 305-361-3909

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Address: 7330 North-West 36th Street, Miami, Florida, 33166, United States