Coral Gables makes for a beautiful ride or walk no matter when you go – though avoiding construction right now off Miracle Mile is a bit of a challenge. From UM’s campus to City Hall to The Biltmore, there are few more preserved places for history in Miami. Keep your wandering off the Mile, and… Read More Coral Gables, Spring 2017
Prime for walking and exploring… you’ll see some of the same artists over and over in both areas even if the backdrops differ wildly. I don’t think I can ever tire of them. They’re part of Miami’s newer artistic signature. 🎨
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❤️ Calle Ocho can morph a thousand times and still keep its own identity.
How can I capture the transition between Wynwood and what appears to be a growing baby Beverly Hills in just a few words? I’ll start with part 1: the transition. The art, the history and the legacy of a bygone part of the city. And our playground for an afternoon. Many photo credits to Anjeli… Read More Design District
I’ve become obsessed with boats since moving back. ⚓️ Tugboats are at the top of my list. I’ve learned most of their names and even know which ones typically work together. 🛥🚤⛴🛳⛵️ This is a window into my love story with the river and its travelers. ❤️
An oasis away from city life, Fruit & Spice is also home to an annual Orchid Festival and walking distance from the beloved Knaus Berry Farm. Advice: go in a milder month; I nearly croaked from the May heat. 🔥