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  • Historical Museum of Southern Florida Miami
    HistoryMiami celebrates Miami's unique legacy with rotating exhibits tracing the area?s history from prehistoric times to the modern day. On the first Wednesday of every month, HistoryMiami throws down an open smorgasbord of live jams, fine wine, and tempting tidbits to flutter the wings of local social butterflies. July's Wine Down Wednesday celebrates the new Aviation in Miami exhibit with a special performance by the Oscar Fuentes Combo, whose poetic, Latin-fused rhythms evoke the history of Florida's skies, from Howard Gill's cardinal flight a century ago to today's majestic herds of domesticated clouds. Imbibe from the open wine and food bar while enjoying access to the museum galleries, outdoor courtyard, and spectral Crockett and Tubbs. Free parking is available at Cultural Parking Garage at 50 Northwest Second Avenue.
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    101 W Flagler St
    Miami, FL US
  • Travel America Vacations
    Carnival Cruise Lines entertains seafarers on a decorated vessel brimming with lively stage shows, upscale dining, buffets, and sweeping aquatic views. Kick back in the comforts of a spacious interior stateroom with a convertible king bed, full bathroom with shower, and closets roomy enough for stashing buffet leftovers. Vacationers can stretch their legs while dining on a rotating roster of food served three times daily before laughing the evening away at a comedy show.
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    1015 North America Way
    Miami, FL US
  • Vacaciones Laguna Suites
    We are a vacations club company dedicated to sale vacation club packages at a very low price on our chain of different hotels and resorts.
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    905 Brickell bay dr # 2cl21
    Miami, FL US
  • Art Academy at Caprali Studio
    Burgeoning artists grasp colorful bouquets of used packaging and crumpled paper as they gather in the 1,200-square-foot studio. Karla Caprali stands in the center, explaining composition and balance as students mold their castoff items into freestanding sculptures. Similar displays of inventive creation characterize the Art Academy at Caprali Studio, where owner and artist Karla limits the size of each of her classes, allowing her to shower students with the proper amount of encouragement and constructive critiques. Karla maintains her class sizes even when instruction spills out into her studio backyard, where pupils breathe in open air as they hone woodworking skills, orchestrate large-scale installations, or quickly sketch a cloud shaped like a fruit bowl. Karla brings knowledge accrued at a university in São Paulo to each course and draws from influences including the impressionists, Salvador Dali, Dorothea Tanning, and the whimsical film sets of Georges Méliès. Her emphasis on developing new approaches to art has helped students in portfolio-preparation courses earn admission to Pratt, SVA, and other prestigious schools without having to defeat Monet's ghost in Pictionary. The instructor also worked to help found the Falls Arts District, which launches bimonthly art walks to 15 privately owned galleries. On such nights, Karla clears her studio space to put students' work on display alongside her own paintings and installations, and transforms the ample backyard into an outdoor gallery bathed in the glow of decorative lights and vocal reviews from local owls.
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    8905 SW 129th St
    Miami, FL US
  • Neighborhood Fish Farm
    Since 1971, the experts at Neighborhood Fish Farm have supplied aquariums with freshwater fish that they've bred and raised right on the premises. Instead of exhibiting their impressive selection in an unnaturally dim room lined with tiny tanks, the staff keep their fish in enormous concrete ponds in the open air. More than 100 breeds of tropical fish?of sizes appropriate for all aquariums and ponds?thrive inside these tanks, including gouramis, cichlids, and even bottom-feeding catfish, which keep tanks clean by consuming waste, while Koi and goldfish are available for water gardens and ponds. And when customers have questions, the knowledgeable staff stand at the ready to cover topics ranging from fish compatibility to the best plants for the tank.
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    12150 SW 45th St
    Miami, FL US
  • Miami Children's Museum
    The Miami Children’s Museum is the one place you will never hear adults telling kids not to touch stuff. This safe space for young ones is all about interacting with the exhibits and having fun, by way of some fourteen galleries that boast permanent exhibits including a six-foot piggy bank and a 900-gallon marine tank in the ocean odyssey section. In addition to the permanent exhibits, there is a constant rotation of traveling showpieces, which have included all manner of educational entertainment, including a literacy adventure through childhood, where the worlds of seven picture books come to life. And one weekend a month the museum hosts Sensory Saturday, an environment specifically created for children with special needs to come and explore the museum.
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    980 MacArthur Cswy
    Miami, FL US

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