Miami is known for the beaches, the beautiful people, the delicious food and for the chaotic weather, the strange products sold in stores, the crazy locals, etc. etc.
So the weather is unpredictable, the things you’ll see in shopping centers aren’t what you expect in the US, and yes, the mannequins do have breast implants. This is Miami. Do you expect anything less? …hhmm, maybe you shouldn’t answer that.
You know you’re in Miami when English words get a Spanish twist and so do their spelling. Bring a translator when you’re visiting Miami; lot of folks just don’t care to learn the language…a shame. Liked this story? 0
A realtor that urgently needs to be in “What Not To Wear”, your mobile device all of a sudden communicates with you bilingually, and a few other quirky traits that other people tweeted about when they are in Miami. Liked this story? 0
There are certain idiosyncrasies that separate cities from others. Here are a few quotes that distinctly highlight Miami’s attributes. Liked this story? 0
Some people might have no idea what you mean when you tell them “Go to La Vaquita.” It literally translates to The Cow. But Miami Spanish-speaking residents perfectly know what a Vaquita is. Liked this story? 0
This week’s tweeters sum up a few things that Miami maybe notorious about: Gun Fights, Drugs, Hurricanes, Steakies…the list goes on. Liked this story? 0
Hurricane Irene seems to be visiting near Miami this weekend, Miami is a city of temptation, strange hotel amenities are among the quotes for this week’s tweets about Miami. Liked this story? 0
Why do we drink coffee? Oh, I know, you need that boost, that jolt so you can make it through the day, right? Try sipping some real café’ in Little Havana. Aromatically endowed, this coffee needs nothing but a pinch of sugar and the camaraderie associated with the sip. In Little Havana coffee is not [...]
Croquetas: the most delicious, non kosher fried food on the market. It is sad really that one cannot find these delectable cylinders of awesomeness outside of South Florida. (with a few exemptions, ie. Certain Parts of New Jersey) These are a staple of the Cuban breakfast, but quickly become after bar fare for most travelers. [...]