Shamrock Corporate Housing - Gables

2280 Southwest 32nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, FL 33145, United States
Shamrock Corporate Housing - Gables
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How do I get to Aventura Mall from South Beach?

by Shakira83


What is the cheapest and easiest way to get to Aventura mall from South beach? Is there a bus that goes there?

Re: How do I get to Aventura Mall from South Beach?

by iammon

There is a bus on Collins Avenue. As far as i remember it said Aventura in front of it. It used to be 75 cents and took almost an hour but went very regulary. Al along the beach so its not a bad drive.

There is a Shuttle as well but I do not know the price 305 932 1287

Re: How do I get to Aventura Mall from South Beach?

by ToddD75

The bus costs $1.50 each way.

Check this site
for information on the hours and frequency that this route runs.

Downtown (Miami) Bus Terminal, Main Library, Historical Museum, Miami Art Museum, Government Center Metrorail Station, Omni Bus Terminal, MacArthur Causeway, City of Miami Beach, South Beach, Lincoln Road, Collins Avenue, 192 Street Causeway, City of Aventura, Aventura Mall

From South Beach to Aventura would take about 25-35 minutes
with no traffic, so it would be a fairly long cab ride.

The bus is likely to be significantly slower!

Travel Tips for Miami

All along...

by SirRichard

All along Collins Ave. you can find these deliciously kitsch art deco buildings, with wonderful colourful facades in pink, pale green, pale blue, yellow.
They seem sometimes as false backgrounds for a movie or something like that. Most of them were hotels (Seville...). Walking by them was like going back in time to the roaring 20s...


by SirRichard

If you want to make a quick tour around Downtown Miami, take the Circular Metro Rail. This is an elevated train that goes on a monorail. There is no driver, it goes automatically. You pay the 25c at the entrance and you can stay here as long as you want, as it does a circular way. It's got wide windows, through which you can see the nice skycrappers of Downtown.

Una excursión al Parque...

by fga

Una excursión al Parque Nacional de los Everglades para ver los lagartos, aves y vegetación típica de los pantanos de La Florida.
En el parrot Jungle & Gardens, viven mas de mil especies de cotorras, cacatúas, guacamayos y otras aves, tortugas, iguanas y lagartos.
Fairchild Tropical Gardens es el jardín botánico de mayor tamaño de los Estados Unidos.
Miami Seaquarium en Key Biscayne es ideal para ver delfines, orcas, y otros mamíferos marinos.

"Cafe Culture" alive in Miami, only at Luna Star!

by artsmart

This cafe/bar is truly unconventional. Having lived in cities like Seattle and Chicago, where eccentric non-corporate cafes abound, I was dismayed to find nothing of the sort in Miami. Until I stumbled by chance into Luna Star Cafe in North Miami one day after I had visited the Museum of Contemporary Art. It is a quiet neighborhood, you would think it would be a bustling center of arts and eccentricities, with the museum rooted there, but it's not. In fact, it is a still undiscovered neighborhood.

The cafe has been around for over 7 years and is soley run by a very charismatic and interesting woman named Alexis who is from New York but has also lived in London and the Greek Islands. There are collected knick knacks all over the place, local art on the walls, and an L-shaped bar where locals gather and drink unique belgium-style beers. On the weekends she hosts folk music concerts. Another rarity, considering the fact that live acoustic music is also hard to find in Miami.

This place is a must-see if you like to mingle with odd and interesting characters, and if you prefer an "off the beaten path" experience. I have seen a guy in there who wears a robe, tells stories, and claims he is 400 years old! Plus photographers, artists, musicians, yet the place isnt one bit pretentious.


by lcy

Why shopping in Miami? Miami living standard is one of the highest cities in the US.

I'm sure what u can find here, u can find in your own places.

However, since it's hot in Miami, u can find lots of bikini varieties. Clothes here are very summer!


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