WHERE TO HAVE A BREAKFAST
Crest Café at the Crest Hotel, next to the Albion Hotel on James Avenue.
Secluded and private spot, great quality & service.
 

WHERE TO SHOP
Bal Harbour Shops at 9700 Collins Avenue & Magnificent Mile in Coral Gables.
Good selection of high quality boutiques & good atmosphere while browsing.
 

TO HAVE LUNCH
Lido Restaurant at the Standard Hotel.
Sits directly on Biscayne Bay overlooking Downtown to your right and Miami Beach to your left, a really good chef serving a healthy delicicious menu of fresh fish on the grill and salads.


GET CULTURE
2nd Saturdays at the Design District, Viernes Culturales & The New Adrienne Archt Center for Performing Arts.
Wide selection of Art Galleries with open doors from 6-10pm offering visitors to see new collections and often with complimentary wine & cheese. The “Viernes Culturales” is a great introduction to all things Latin here in Miami. The Performing Arts Center have a wide variety of choices with Ballet, Opera and other performing artists.


TO ENJOY THE SUN
Crandon Park Beach in Key Biscayne.
Less crowded, clean and serene… another choice is on a sailboat anytime, anchoring at Elliott Key or No Name Cove.


TO RELAX
Spa Day at the Standard with Massages by the Pool overlooking the Bay.


TO HAVE A DRINK
The Spire Bar on top of the Hotel or the Bar at the Raleigh Hotel.
Smaller intimate bars with a low key style.


TO HAVE A DINER
Indomania & Ola.
Fantastic food, atmosphere & wonderful staff!


TO HAVE FUN
Tango & Salsa Lessons, Sailing & Tennis.
Many classes offered here in Miami thanks to a big Latin population. We are surrounded by water, sailing is a great way to enjoy Miami and surroundings. Tennis during the Winter months when it is a bit cooler.Swim at the Venetian Pools, Afternoon Tea at the Biltmore, Yoga on the Beach, exploring the Keys….