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Buying & Living in South Florida...Buyer Information Guide

Miami Life Style

Miami Beach and nearby Sunny Isles, South Beach, Bal Harbour and Aventura offer a wide range of boating, fishing, shopping, restaurant fare that is world-renown, nightlife in trendy clubs where the salsa dancing never stops. Miami's diverse cultural background is exciting, international, and colorful as reflected in year round events and festivals as Calle Ocho, Cinco de Mayo, Art Basel, the International Boat Show.  The Lincoln Road Mall and Bal Harbour designor shops, Miracle Mile in Coral Gables are a legendary part of Miami's history.  Some of the trendiest clubs and bars are contained within South Beach Hotels.  Favorite hotels local frequent to start an evening out include The Gansevoort South (Plunge, Louis), The Delano (Florida Room), The Shore Club, The Fountainbleau (LIV).  If you're in the mood to visit a club, sans hotel, head out to Mansion (a South Beach Legend), SET, Rokbar, Mokai, or Karu & Y downtown.  For a good time on Sundays, head over to the Nikki Beach Club. Then head south to Florida's Riveria, otherwise known as Sunny Isles. It is full of sidewalk cafes, restaurants, gourmet specialty shops. For a change you can always recover by laying on the beach at Crandon Park, or if you've taken your vitamins & enough beer learn how to kite board. Enjoy exploring the beautiful island of Key Biscayne, where life is good - and island living is even better.

Fort Lauderdale, Lauderdale by the Sea, Pompano Beach, Hillsboro Beach, Hallandale, Hollywood Beach

Heading north on A1A with roof down, enjoy the waterfront mansions dotting Golden Beach, while you pass spectacular Hallandale condo buildings, easing into the charm of Hollywood Beach with a luxury million dollar town home on one corner, and a bait shop just across the street. Heading down 17 St Causeway as you wait for the bridge to close you will get dizzy looking at the knockout yachts and marinas. There are many intracoastal villas and single family homes offering boaters the convenience and fun deeded dock space brings. Hotel row dots Ft. Lauderdale beach, and tourists, shoppers, locals make good use of the bike and walk paths. Along A1A and Ocean Drive there is an inimitable fusion of glamour, excitement and stunning condominiums with magnificient views of the Atlantic. It's never to earlier to stop at Bahia Mar Tiki Bar, especially for the The Hukilau 2011.Enjoy a hard day shopping at the Galleria Mall, end it with a kind cocktail at the Blue Martini, conveniently located right there. Hang out for the jazz music and nightlife at Arubas in Lauderdale by the Sea...Party time begins Friday night and local beach roads are closed to allow party goers an unforgettable time. Try not to fall off the pier in the back. Further down A1A are the more respectable towns of Hillsboro Beach and Deerfield Beach with their magnificient manors and waters filled with boaters. Hillsboro Beach is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Intracoastal on the west.

Fun Guide

Miami Beach Survival Guide

Salsa on South Beach

Miami See It Like a Native

Miami & Beaches Iphone app

LauderLicious

Welcome to Las Olas

Water Taxi

Mary Brickell Village