The beach: Going for a walk
For us, one of the most romantic things is to go for a moonlit walk on the beach. It's so peaceful at night you can hear the waves breaking on the beach, getting your toes wet. Ok sorry didn't want to get to mushy on yah! But you do have to try it if you haven't!Related to:
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The Sunset Bar & Grill: The Sunset Celibration on Mallory Square, Key West
All Fast Food Items, Drinks are EXPENSIVE!! You are paying for the view, (if no ship is in port). Nice place to sit and watch the sunset, (if you can't make it to Sunset Key).
Shrimp Coctail $6.00
Conch Fritters $6.00
Key West Shrimp....$11.95
Key Lime Margarita............$6.00 (ouch)
- Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
Bradley's: Fun filled evening
The bar was quite an experience! It was carnival atmosphere, young and old. I found myself walking around in there feeling like a sardine, watching the activity going on on the bar tops and having to scream to my friends as it was loud in there. Met a NY pitcher in the parking lot, had invites to boat parties!
Dress Code: dressy, casual, shorts, jeans, tank tops..
The Orlando Shakespeare Theater
Founded in 1990, the Orlando Shakespeare Theater is a major regional theater which provides theatrical and educational events throughout the year. Although plays are not limited to Shakespeare, its Orlando Shakespeare Festival runs from September through May. The theater is housed in a recently renovated 50,000 square-foot (4,645 square-meter) building that houses indoor theaters, rehearsal halls, dressing rooms, costume and scene shops, a box office, meeting rooms, and a gift shop.
Productions are staged in one of three major theaters, including the Marilyn and Sig Goldman Theater (a 118-seat proscenium theater), the Ken and Trisha Margeson Theatre (a 300-seat thrust theater), and the Mandell Studio Theater.
The Orlando Shakespeare Theater is also heavily involved in education. Its programs provide theater and teach Shakespeare to over 30,000 students in hundreds of classrooms throughout central Florida.
The Carnival Center for the Performing Arts
Opened in 2006, the Carnival Center for the Performing Arts is the focal point for the Miami cultural scene. It features concerts, plays, opera, ballet, and other cultural activities.
At 570,000 square feet (52,955 square meters), the Carnival Center for the Performing Arts is the second-largest facility of its kind in the United States, after the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. The center has two main venues, the Ziff Ballet Opera House and the 2,000-seat Knight Concert Hall. Each venue is housed in a separate building, one of either side of Biscayne Boulevard, and connected by a pedestrian bridge. Two smaller venues in the center include the 270-seat Peacock Rehearsal Studio and the 260-seat Studio Theater.
Resident companies of the Carnival Center for the Performing Arts include the Concert Association of Florida, the Florida Grand Opera, the Miami City Ballet, and the New World Symphony.
The Coconut Grove Playhouse
Located in Coconut Grove, a neighborhood of Miami, the Coconut Grove Playhouse has featured live theater since 1956. It is housed in a building constructed in 1926 as a movie house. The playhouse features two stages, the 1,100-seat Mainstage Theater, and the 135-seat Encore Room Theater.
The Coconut Grove Playhouse opened with the American premier of Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot. Other American, or even world, premiers that have been hosted by the playhouse include The Sunshine Boys, Urban Cowboy, and Fame: The Musical.
Some legendary broadway performers who have performed at the Coconut Grove Playhouse include Beatrice Arthur, Tallulah Bankhead, Carol Channing, Hume Cronyn, Colleen Dewhurst, Ethel Merman, Liza Minnelli, George C. Scott, Maureen Stapleton, and Jessica Tandy.
In addition to theater, the Coconut Grove Playhouse promotes programs which teach mainly young people about theater. Some of their programs include the In-School Touring Program for children in grades six through 12, Lizard Lessons with original plays with music for children from kindergarten through the third grade, Summer Theater Camp for teens, and Theater Stages which teaches performance techniques, improvisation, playwriting, and costume and theater design for students of all ages, including adults.
All of them: Clubs and Bars
There are many bars and nightclubs in Universal Studios. All are good, meaning I didn’t see any big difference between them. Mostly which one you choose depends on what kind of music you like.
Dress Code: Everyone that we have been in was casual, neat and casual. After all, people are on vacation!Related to:
- Theme Park Trips
- Family Travel
Mucky Duck Pub: Cool place to watch the sunset in Captiva
The story goes that the idea of turning this former beach house into a pub came as its owners were enjoying a cold beer while watching the sunset on Captiva Island. The view was just too good to be true, and they felt it had to be shared with other people. A year later, in 1976, the Mucky Duck Pub opened its doors. The pub features a lovely beachfront section where patrons can sip a few drinks with their feet buried in the warm sand and order some appetizers. Once the sun is gone, it's also possible to have dinner inside (reservations are recommended).Related to:
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Blue Martini: Club not on South beach
Went on a wednesday night with many people from the conference though it would have been crowded without us. Many locals and decent house bound and not extremely loud music. Service was reasonably fast considering the number of people. Nice semi outdoor area took advantage of the cooler night air with plenty of air conditioning in the rest of the place.
Dress Code: Normal club night life clothing as though some people were in suits having come from work most were in in skimpy outfits or jeans and tees.Related to:
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Mangos Tropical Cafe: Tourist place on South beach
Cheesy and Touristy does not describe this place. Constant stream of women and some men dancing in stereotypical outfits. Food was just a step above taco bell as would rather had a burrito from chipotle or qdoba. The club area got fun playing every popular song you can imagine from YMCA to the Twist.
Dress Code: Everything from club suits to touristy shorts and t-shirtsRelated to:
Old Town: Old fashioned fun
Old Town is great! Full of numerous cafes, bars, gift shops, boutiques, amusements and a great opportunity to people watch!!
If you are taking children as it can get a bit noisey, busy and rowdy especially at the weekends. We didn't experience no problems but we did leave a bit earlier than we would of, had we been childless for the night!!
Dress Code: Casual clothesRelated to:
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- Budget Travel
- Theme Park Trips
Cheaters in Cocoa Beach: Cheaters in Cocoa Beach
The club was clean, the waitress was good, and the girls were nice. Lots of different girls too, even during the day. Very cheap drinks. A nice place to hang out with friends. I don't know about night time, but there was no charge to get in during the day.Related to:
- Gay and Lesbian
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House of Blues: House of Blues. Awesome concert venue!
I went to the House of Blues for the first time in my life last night. It is really convenient because it is at Downtown Disney and there is plenty of parking! The decorations were great, the concert was awesome and I'm not sure how common it is, but I waited around afterward and got to meet the artist. Best concert I have been to in my entire life!!!
Also not sure how common it is, but I bought tickets when I showed up an hour before the concert with no problem. The concert didn't get packed until after it had started.
Also, very good place to meet singles believe it or not.
Dress Code: Anything goes...Related to:
- Women's Travel
Club Mansion: Miami Nightlife
I purchased my ticket early, online, and was able to get in the club ahead of several people. I paid less for my ticket that way too! Expect to spend around $50 to $100 to get in the door. Here is an example on drink prices: My friend and I go to the bar and order " rum and coke and a vodka redbull please". Price = $25.00 plus a $5.00 tip. As you can tell that was a pretty expensive nite but with Sascha and Digweed DJing it was well worth it!
Dress Code: Dress is normal club attire. SEXY!!!Related to:
- Spa and Resort
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