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Re: Miami or Orlando to Brussels : $324 Round Trip

Travel Rob ·
If your looking to get to Europe for the holiday season on the Dreamliner cheap, this deal is too good to pass up. From Brussels, it's normally pretty cheap to get to Paris,London or Amsterdam.
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Re: Miami or Orlando to Brussels : $324 Round Trip

DrFumblefinger ·
Great price! Even for a week long getaway.
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Re: Mandolin Aegean Bistro The Mediterranean Gem

Travel Luver ·
I love Greek food. This place looks great!
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Re: The Top South Florida Beaches to Visit

PHeymont ·
Beautiful! I've only been to Florida beaches once...was impressed by the very gentle surf and slow incline where we were. Great for young kids!
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Re: The Top South Florida Beaches to Visit

Travel Rob ·
Thanks Katy ,some great beaches The water is great for swimming in Florida.The beaches are great .If your coming from out of state though, realize summer is hot,humid and rainy
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Re: The Top South Florida Beaches to Visit

Katy ·
Originally Posted by DrFumblefinger: Which is your favorite beach -- or aren't you going to share that special place with the rest of the world? I honestly love all of them for each of the reasons I mentioned!
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Re: Rando Review: SoFi Café

Travel Rob ·
Thanks,It does look like a great healthy place. If you go back,please update on us on their lunch choices too. From their menu that looks interesting too.
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Re: The Top South Florida Beaches to Visit

DrFumblefinger ·
Which is your favorite beach -- or aren't you going to share that special place with the rest of the world?
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Re: What To Do In Miami When It Rains

PHeymont ·
Great blog idea! I remember when my kids were young (they're all in 30s and 40s now, bad weather was always one of the issues on vacation, and we had to scramble for things to do that would keep them occupied and happy. Some of your ideas here look great for adults and kids!
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Re: What To Do In Miami When It Rains

DrFumblefinger ·
That bookstore really looks appealing to me....always one of my favorite destinations on a rainy day. That, and a library. I love visiting libraries in cities when I visit. The quality of a town's libraries tells me a lot of that city's priorities.
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Re: Insomnia Cookies in Miami

DrFumblefinger ·
I have yet to meet a cookie I didn't like, especially if paired with ice cream. It is my theory that the manna from heaven (described in the Old Testament) was actually a form of cookie
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Re: AirBerlin Black Friday: $499 to Europe R/T!

Travel Rob ·
It's a fantastic deal! Milan is a budget airline hub too so you can go to a lot Europe for not much more. Time to buy those spring break tickets
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Re: 6 Fun Things To Do In Miami This Summer

Travel Rob ·
Some great ideas! Your love for Miami shows!
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Re: 5 Miami Landmarks to Visit During the Summer

Travel Rob ·
Thanks Katy,especially enjoyed hearing about The Kampong. No doubt Miami is a great city!
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Re: Sweets Upon Sweets at TK’s at the Villa Mayfair

Travel Rob ·
Katy I've always loved cheesecake and that Vanilla Mousse Cheesecake alone sounds like it's worth the trip!
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Re: Azucar Ice Cream in Little Habana, Miami

One Tiny Leap ·
The shop & ice cream look fantastic. I'm pretty sure the cuatro leches would be right up my alley, so we'll be sure to pop over when we visit Miami in March.
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Re: Azucar Ice Cream in Little Habana, Miami

Mac ·
I love visiting quirky and delightful places like this! Many years ago we used to visit a little restaurant in Casablanca which served great food prepared by it's French 'patron' whose rudeness and abuse of his customers (never nasty) was an absolute scream! Ah travel! We love you....
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Re: Azucar Ice Cream in Little Habana, Miami

Travel Rob ·
The flavors sound great and I'll definitely go next time I'm there! Miami is such a friendly city with so much energy .
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Re: Azucar Ice Cream in Little Habana, Miami

Suzanne Batlle ·
Thank you Katy!!!! Love the blog
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Re: The 5 Miami Croquetas You Must Try

DrFumblefinger ·
They look great! Exactly how do they differ from place to place?
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Re: The 5 Miami Croquetas You Must Try

Travel Rob ·
Thanks,It seems like I've been neglecting this food group for years. One more reason to head to Miami!
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Re: The 5 Miami Croquetas You Must Try

Katy ·
Originally Posted by DrFumblefinger: They look great! Exactly how do they differ from place to place? Honestly they are all delicious! They each have their own distinct taste due to the seasoning from each restaurant. But none of them taste the same!
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Re: The 5 Miami Croquetas You Must Try

MsK ·
Is there filling inside? What are they made of? I've never had one.
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Re: The 5 Miami Croquetas You Must Try

Katy ·
Originally Posted by MsK: Is there filling inside? What are they made of? I've never had one. Yes, they could be filled with many things. Usually they are filled with ham, chicken or potato. You should try one. They are delicious!
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Re: The 5 Miami Croquetas You Must Try

MsK ·
I will if I ever get the chance. Sounds tasty and something you can't get enough of.
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AirBerlin Black Friday: $499 to Europe R/T!

PHeymont ·
AirBerlin, a OneWorld member, is offering a $499 roundtrip to several European destinations at cut-rate prices from now to Tuesday, with flights from Jan. 12 to Mar. 22. The $499 rate is for Berlin from Chicago, and Stockholm or Copenhagen from NYC....
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South Beach Miami - A walk through Art Deco History

Jonathan L ·
  South Miami Beach is probably one of the most photographed cities in the United States. It is home to what may be the densest collection of art deco architecture in the United States. It is hard to find something new to say, in fact, when I...
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American completes "re-banking" its hubs

PHeymont ·
American Airlines has completed a series of schedule changes at its Miami, Chicago and Dallas hubs to create shorter layovers, and so far it appears to be working. That's the report from a respected airline blog,  Cranky Flier .   A few...
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Florida: Unexpected Destination for Wine

PHeymont ·
Think wine, and you think Europe...or the Napa Valley...or...Florida?   Not a thought that occurs to too many, but as the Miami Herald points out, Florida has a long and thriving history of wine production, although mostly fruitier, sweeter wines...
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CheapAir adds non-stop flights to Cuba

PHeymont ·
CheapAir, which a few weeks ago became the first U.S. online travel agency to book passengers for flights to Cuba, but only through other countries such as Mexico or Panama, has now begun to offer direct non-stop flights.   That's become possible...
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Miami's Wynwood: New street art destination

PHeymont ·
Think of Miami, and what comes to mind? For me, it's older New Yorkers on the beach, Art Deco along South Beach, and Cuban food. Others probably have different pre-conceptions, but it's a fair bet that avant garde street art is not at the top of the...
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Roses are red, violets are blue...and UPS will deliver 110 million of them

PHeymont ·
Valentine's Day is this Saturday—only Mothers' Day rivals it in the flower business—and UPS expects to be handling 110 million flowers for the occasion.   You may think of UPS as the brown truck that brings your Amazon package, but...
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JetBlue looking south to Mexico, Ecuador

PHeymont ·
JetBlue is starting to take on a real international tinge, adding Mexico City to its destination list for this year, and opening service to Ecuador in 2016. JetBlue already serves over 30 cities in the Caribbean and Latin America.   The Mexico...
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American adds Caribbean, Mexico routes

PHeymont ·
American Airlines is adding service to more Caribbean points from Los Angeles, Charlotte, Chicago and Dallas, and is restoring direct flights between New York and Caracas.   Most of the new routes are aimed at leisure travelers, although one,...
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Virgin sails into the cruise business for 2020

PHeymont ·
Richard Branson, whose Virgin brand is slapped on everything from mobile phones to megastores and especially airlines is now launching a cruise ship line, to be called...of course...Virgin Cruises.   The line will start operations in 2020 with...
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Risky business: selfies hanging out of helicopter

PHeymont ·
Bad enough poking people in the eye with a selfie stick! Now the rich and careless among the selfie brigade can take pictures of themselves hanging out the open door of a helicopter high over Manhattan. Why? Because they can, of course!   FlyNYON...
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Hi-speed rail to connect Miami, Orlando

PHeymont ·
With stations already under construction, a new rail service connecting Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Orlando is on track for a 2017 launch, with trains that will provide airline-style amenities without the airport hassle.   The new...
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Miami or Orlando to Brussels : $324 Round Trip

Travel Rob ·
  The Flight Deal Website  posted a great deal from Miami to Brussels round trip for $324 on JetAirFly. The price is also good for Orlando to Brussels for some dates in November and December.This flight includes meals and 20kg of luggage....
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Florida wants you to come see the doctor

PHeymont ·
Florida legislators are pushing legislation that would encourage medicla tourism to Florida. Travel to seek medical care is a $10 to $60 billion industry worldwide, and they believe Florida would be an attractive destination.   One legislator...
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Mandolin Aegean Bistro The Mediterranean Gem

Katy ·
Mandolin is truly a hidden gem in the middle of Midtown Miami. When you walk through the blue double doors you find yourself in an enchanted outside patio with wood tables and chairs that are covered with blue accents. The restaurants owners have made...
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5 Miami Landmarks to Visit During the Summer

Katy ·
Sometimes we get wrapped up in our crazy lives and I forget what a great city I live in. Not only is Miami filled with mouth-watering food, but also some pretty cool landmarks and spots everyone should spend some time in.   Before the summer is...
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Sweets Upon Sweets at TK’s at the Villa Mayfair

Katy ·
The first time I ate TK’s at the Villa Mayfair’s vanilla mousse cheesecake I was celebrating Yelp’s 10 th anniversary, and I remember thinking it was one of the best desserts I had ever tasted. Not too long ago I was invited over to...
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The 5 Miami Croquetas You Must Try

Katy ·
I don't know about you but growing up in Miami croquetas were a part of their own food group. You have your veggies, your fruit, your meat and, of course, your croquetas. With that being said I pretty much try croquetas everywhere I go. If they are on...
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What To Do In Miami When It Rains

Katy ·
Now that we are in full-blown summer mode there will be days that are total washouts and you won’t be able to spend the day on the beach. So what is there to do in Miami when it rains? I have put together a list for you to keep on hand whenever...
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Insomnia Cookies in Miami

Katy ·
Imagine this. It’s 2 a.m. and you are starving. But you don't feel like having a legit meal – you want cookies! The long wait is finally over. Insomnia Cookies has finally made landfall in Miami!   Insomnia Cookies is probably what...
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5 Delicious Brunch Spots In Coral Gables

Katy ·
    Who doesn't love brunch? There are tons of places you could check out for brunch but I wanted to bring you the best from Coral Gables because lately Downtown Gables has been booming with great new spots to try. Brunch on my friends!...
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Choices Café Is All About Eating Right

Katy ·
Everyone is always on a health kick. If you take a look around you I am sure you see several people munching on some lettuce and possibly in work out gear. I am here to tell you that healthy, good-for-you food doesn't have to be boring. Choices...
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The Top South Florida Beaches to Visit

Katy ·
Who doesn't love to lounge around on a beach chair while listening to the waves hit the sand while you have a good summer read in one hand, and an ice cold drink in the other? Now that summer is here and it has become perfect beach weather in Miami I...
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Rando Review: SoFi Café

Katy ·
Last weekend I was invited to try out this new spot in South Beach – South of Fifth to be exact (SoFi), and I think I have fallen in love. We are always looking for that healthier option for breakfast and lunch that is not only great for your...
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Azucar Ice Cream in Little Habana, Miami

Katy ·
Not too long ago I took a field trip over to my dad’s hood –  La Pequeña Habana , or Little Havana. While I was walking around looking for content I stumbled upon quite the gem –  Azucar Ice Cream .   The Azucar...
 
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