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MIAMI & SOUTH BEACH - The Delaplaine 2020 Long Weekend Guide - cover

MIAMI & SOUTH BEACH - The Delaplaine 2020 Long Weekend Guide

Andrew Delaplaine

Publisher: Gramercy Park Press

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Summary

A complete guide for everything you need to experience a great Long Weekend in Greater Miami and South Beach. (In addition to South Beach, this book includes Miami’s up-and-coming Design District and the Biscayne Corridor, as well as the increasingly vibrant Downtown / Brickell area, Little Havana, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove and Key Biscayne). A little much for a Long Weekend, but the information’s here if you want to spend a month.
 
 
 
Updated throughout the year, this concise guide is designed to save you time. 
 
“There’s an amazing diversity to be experienced in Miami if you get away from South Beach and spend some time on the mainland, and this book was extremely helpful. We found restaurants serving food from Peru, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Brazil, Bolivia—you name it, and cheap.” –Jasmine G., Mobile
 
 
 
“I don’t care much about Miami. I’m all about South Beach, first and foremost. This is the perfect book, with good restaurant listings and current nightlife updates.” –Willie T., Ithaca
 
 
 
“The Delaplaine guide books ‘cut to the chase.’ You get what you need and don’t get what you don’t.” –Wilma K., Seattle=LODGINGS, from budget to deluxe= RESTAURANTS, from the finest the area has to offer ranging down to the cheapest (with the highest quality). More than sufficient listings to make your Long Weekend memorable.
 
=PRINCIPAL ATTRACTIONS -- don't waste your precious time on the lesser ones. We've done all the work for you.
 
 
 
=SHOPPING – a short round-up of good opportunities

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