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Jacksonville

Jacksonville is a city-county-consolidated that is located in the County of Duval, being its headquarters. It is the main city of Florida’s First Coast region. It is located just north of the former Spanish capital of Florida and the oldest city in the US. UU., San Agustín. Jacksonville is the largest city in the United […]

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The Fairmont Turnberry Isle Resort & Club

The Fairmont Turnberry Isle Resort & Club (19999 West Country Club Drive, Aventura) — PGA legend and World Golf Hall of Famer Raymond Floyd headed the design for both the North and South courses, and he spared no expense – Turnberry reportedly shelled out more than $100,000 per hole. The expensive fun starts at the […]

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The Diplomat

The Diplomat (501 Diplomat Parkway, Hollywood) — located just outside of Miami-Dade County in Hallandale Beach, The Diplomat is worth a special trip. The Joe Lee design features rolling hills and 50-year-old foliage that predates the course itself. With the natural beauty and the steady winds breezing in from the nearby Intracoastal Waterway, the golfing […]

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Sun Life Stadium

  Sun Life Stadium (2269 NW 199th Street, Miami Gardens) – this football stadium is located in the north Miami suburb called Miami Gardens. It’s the current home of the NFL football team the Miami Dolphins, and the University of Miami football team, the Hurricanes (or just “Canes”). The teams’ popularity are reflected in this […]

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South Beach

South Beach (Miami Beach – from 1st Street North to 21st Street) – this beach is one of the reasons why many visitors come to Miami. This is not just any beach, but one within walking distance of trendy nightclubs, restaurants, boutiques and hotels. In fact, all the hotels on this strip charge premium prices […]

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Sony Open Tennis

Sony Open Tennis (Tennis Center at Crandon Park, Key Biscayne, Miami) – a.k.a. the “Miami Masters”, this men’s & women’s professional tennis event is held within the upscale Key Biscayne area every March (as part of the international tennis circuit, which includes the U.S. Open in New York, Wimbledon in London, and the French Open […]

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Parasailing

Parasailing – for those with a taste for water sports, parasailing is typically conducted off of Miami Beach and Biscayne Bay areas. The following outfits provide this service: www.miamibeachparasail.com; www.aquaworldmiami.com, and www.letsgo.qpg.com

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Miami Seaquarium

Miami Seaquarium (4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne) – located at the southern tip of Miami Beach and boasting panoramic views of the city skyline, the Miami Seaquarium is the place to see killer whale shows and swim with the dolphins. There are also many species of sea turtles, sharks and manatees. There are eight different […]

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Miami Beach Polo World Cup

Miami Beach Polo World Cup (South Beach, b/w 21st & 22nd Streets, behind the Setai Hotel) – portions of South Beach are sealed off to hold this unique sporting event, held every April and featuring seasoned men’s & women’s polo players from all over the world. The Miami area’s high rollers and socialites are among […]

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Miami Beach Golf Club

  Miami Beach Golf Club (2301 Alton Road, Miami Beach) — after 79 years, the Alton Road landmark received a $10 million face-lift in 2002. Nearly every blade of grass was replaced, every lake was drained and a new clubhouse was built – with extraordinary results. Greens that were once flat now have curves while […]