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Miami is a delightful city to visit. This Southeast Florida city boasts outstanding museums, beautiful architecture, and vibrant neighborhoods. It is a multicultural melting pot, which makes for wonderfully diverse dining experiences. It is also close to some of the most magnificent wilderness in the country - the Florida Everglades. Guests of Miami Florida Bed and Breakfasts will be amazed by all there is to do, see, and experience in Miami.

Like most large cities, Miami is comprised of neighborhoods with distinct personalities. Little Havana exudes the aroma of Cuban coffee; elderly men play dominoes and discuss politics in cafes, colorful murals decorate buildings, and restaurants serve up delicious shredded beef stew and café con leche. Coconut Grove was once an artists' haven, popular in the 1960s among beatniks. Today it is full of shops and a few good eateries. South Beach, in Miami Beach, was the first development in Miami, back in 1910; today it is a lively area with numerous restaurants, lively nightclubs, and the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world. Walking tours and sightseeing cruises are a good way to get an overview of the city.

There are easily a dozen museums in Miami: the Miami Science Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Miami Art Museum are just a few of the biggest ones. There is also the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, a most magnificent villa overlooking Biscayne Bay; it is filled with European antiques and surrounded by lush formal gardens.

Guests of Miami Florida Bed and Breakfasts should spend at least one day exploring the Everglades National Park. There is nothing else like it in the United States. Numerous outfitters offer airboat tours - an exciting way to skim over the water and penetrate the wilderness.

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