Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Swimming With Dolphins in the Florida Keys

Places in the Florida Keys where you can swim with dolphins, sea lions, stingrays, and other sealife in a safe and controlled environment.  Includes Dolphins Plus at mile marker 99 on the island of Key Largo, the Theater of the Sea at mile marker 84.7 on the island of Windley Key in the Village of Islamorada, and the Dolphin Research Center at mile marker 58.9 on the island of  Grassy Key in the City of Marathon.
- Where to Swim with Dolphins in the Florida Keys
- Other Activities in the Florida Keys

Travel Guide for Aventura, Florida

Information for Visitors to Aventura, a Florida and Miami-Dade County city most well-known for its canal-front, lake-front, and bay-front high rise condominium developments, the luxurious Fairmont Turnberry Isle Golf Resort and Spa,and for being the home one of the largest shopping centers in the United States, the Aventura Mall.  This guide includes  information about those attractions, general information about Aventura,  and directories of  hotels, restaurants, activities, and events.

Shopping Malls in Miami and South Florida

Where to find some of the finest large shopping malls and smaller shopping centers in Miami, the Greater Miami Area, and other parts of South Florida.  Includes the the Aventura Mall, the Bal Harbour Shops, the Bayside Marketplace, CocoWalk, the Dadeland Mall, the Dolphin Mall, the Florida Keys Outlet Center, the Mall of the Americas, the Mary Brickell Village Shops, the Miami Design District, the Miami International Mall, the Miracle Mile of  Coral Gables, Sawgrass Mills, the Shops at Midtown Miami, the Shops on Lincoln Road, the Hialeah Westland Mall and many other shopping malls and shopping districts in Miami-Dade County, Broward County, and Palm Beach County.
- Shopping Centers in Miami and South Florida (by Name)
Shopping in Miami and South Florida (by Location)

Thursday, January 17, 2013

New Florida Keys Travel Guide

This week we are updating and expanding the Florida Keys Travel Guide on our Miami for Visitors Web site. Watch for many more improvements by the end of January 2013. Take a look at what we have done so far:  
Updated Florida Keys Travel Guide

Monday, July 23, 2007

Hurricane Season Began in Miami on June 1

Miami's hurricane season began on June 1 and it will continue through the end of November. Since 1900 twenty-one major hurricanes have hit the Florida Peninsula, but most of them occurred during the first half of the 1900's. The weather in Miami is typically hot and humid during hurricane season but you can also get some fantastic hotel rates during that period.
  • All About Miami's Hurricanes

  • Thursday, June 28, 2007

    Michael Jackson's "Thriller" Video Cemetery

    The Coconut Grove Cemetery in Miami's Bahamian District is an important historic site and the location where Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video was filmed. This cemetery is different then most because the bodies are all above ground and the graves are only inches away from each other.
  • Photo of the Coconut Grove Cemetery
  • Other Attractions in Miami

  • Miami Welcomes Gay and Lesbian Visitors

    This article by the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau is an open invitation for the gay and lesbian community to visit Miami Florida. It includes information about the famous circuit parties of Miami Beach but also attractions away from South Beach that will interest the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community.
  • Miami Visitors Bureau Welcomes GLBT Community
  • Photos of a Drag Queen Show at Circa39
  • Miami for Gay and Lesbian Visitors

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