caressing breeze alleviates the humidity that hangs in the night air
and the metronome sway of our hammock lulls us into a dream-like state.
Beneath our suspended haven, a powder sandy beach leads to the bath-tempered
Atlantic. Above, feathery palm fronds frame a golden moon. It's pure
escapism, doused with romance, and during our visit to Miami we discover
that it's just the beginning of more to come...Miami - A 'Tropicool' Hot Spot For The Hip And Romantic...read
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The city's Art-Deco style architecture won recognition in 1979 when the city's Art-Deco Historic District was listed in the National
Register of Historic Places. Hundreds of hotels, apartments and other structures built during the period 1923-43 provide the
architectural basis for declaring the district a historic place of national importance. Besides Art-Deco, Mediterranean and Streamline
Moderne are the other architectural styles that are well represented in the district.
The city's South Beach is one of the most popular areas. Being a great draw to European tourists and largely influenced by their preferences,
South Beach is one of the few public beaches in the country that tolerate topless sunbathing. Today, this part of the city is a major entertainment
destination with hundreds of nightclubs, restaurants and oceanfront hotels....read more > >