Beaches
South Beach- This was the first beach we visited when we got to Miami. We were more towards the tip of South Beach, but there were still plenty of spring breakers and it was pretty chaotic. There were however, plenty of places to shop, stay, and eat in this area. HEADS UP, most of the places along the beach are tourists traps and a rip off, we ended up getting trapped in one of these :/
Mid Beach- We learned after the first beach day that we went too far south for the relaxing beach day we wanted. Mid beach had a much better and less crowded vibe. There aren't as many restaurants and bars. We ended up going to the EDITION hotel while we were here.

Food
Miami Beach EDITION Hotel-  This was one of my favorite places we visited. It is total aesthetics. The lobby is full of plants and marble, and the deck to the restaurant and bar has so many hanging plants and flowers it was like a dream! We only came for drinks and I got a passion fruit margarita. It was a bit pricey, but definitely worth it.
Ella Cafe- Located in the Design district, it was one of the few places to eat in the area. It's a cute little cafe that has some breakfast food and coffee right in the heart of the design district next to the bubble sculpture and Dior. Heart eyes.
Panther Coffee- Extremely close to the Wynwood Walls, Panther Coffee is a great destination to walk to because there are so many murals on the way! They have plenty of outdoor seating and even brew their own coffee in house.
Spris Artisan Pizza- Spris was right across the street from where we stayed. They have a nice little patio area to eat outdoors and is a good price for what you get.
Fuchai- I've never been to a Korean place before, and now I realize how much I missed out! Fuchai is hole-in-the-wall restaurant with amazing food. All of us loved it! And it was right next to the midtown garden center.

Places
Wynwood Walls- Famous and definitely worth a visit if you're in the area. It was super busy when we went, hot spot for photos among tourists.
Plant the Future- Across the street from the Wynwood gallery, Plant the Future is an upscale plant store with intricate plant decorations; storm trooper, sculptures, you name it.
Midtown Garden Center- Also one of my favorite places! We spotted this one driving by on our way home and all the plants caught our attention. From the street it almost looks like a little flower stand, but once you go in it's a lot bigger than it seems! They sell all types of plants and flowers. They also have an outdoor seating area in the back that was being set up for a wedding.
Everglades National Park- We spent our third day in Miami here. If you're wanting to spend a day away from the beach but outdoors this is a good fit! I would definitely recommend biking, or walking and doing the monorail because the trail is 13 miles long.
Design District- This was our last stop before heading back on our 18 hour drive. The design district is a dream, and the architecture reminds me a little of Rodeo Drive. It is a beautiful combination of art, architecture, and fashion. If you have any interest in the three I would definitely recommend walking through (and maybe even a little window shopping). 
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Beaches
South Beach- This was the first beach we visited when we got to Miami. We were more towards the tip of South Beach, but there were still plenty of spring breakers and it was pretty chaotic. There were however, plenty of places to shop, stay, and eat in this area. HEADS UP, most of the places along the beach are tourists traps and a rip off, we ended up getting trapped in one of these :/
Mid Beach- We learned after the first beach day that we went too far south for the relaxing beach day we wanted. Mid beach had a much better and less crowded vibe. There aren't as many restaurants and bars. We ended up going to the EDITION hotel while we were here.

Food
Miami Beach EDITION Hotel-  This was one of my favorite places we visited. It is total aesthetics. The lobby is full of plants and marble, and the deck to the restaurant and bar has so many hanging plants and flowers it was like a dream! We only came for drinks and I got a passion fruit margarita. It was a bit pricey, but definitely worth it.
Ella Cafe- Located in the Design district, it was one of the few places to eat in the area. It's a cute little cafe that has some breakfast food and coffee right in the heart of the design district next to the bubble sculpture and Dior. Heart eyes.
Panther Coffee- Extremely close to the Wynwood Walls, Panther Coffee is a great destination to walk to because there are so many murals on the way! They have plenty of outdoor seating and even brew their own coffee in house.
Spris Artisan Pizza- Spris was right across the street from where we stayed. They have a nice little patio area to eat outdoors and is a good price for what you get.
Fuchai- I've never been to a Korean place before, and now I realize how much I missed out! Fuchai is hole-in-the-wall restaurant with amazing food. All of us loved it! And it was right next to the midtown garden center.

Places
Wynwood Walls- Famous and definitely worth a visit if you're in the area. It was super busy when we went, hot spot for photos among tourists.
Plant the Future- Across the street from the Wynwood gallery, Plant the Future is an upscale plant store with intricate plant decorations; storm trooper, sculptures, you name it.
Midtown Garden Center- Also one of my favorite places! We spotted this one driving by on our way home and all the plants caught our attention. From the street it almost looks like a little flower stand, but once you go in it's a lot bigger than it seems! They sell all types of plants and flowers. They also have an outdoor seating area in the back that was being set up for a wedding.
Everglades National Park- We spent our third day in Miami here. If you're wanting to spend a day away from the beach but outdoors this is a good fit! I would definitely recommend biking, or walking and doing the monorail because the trail is 13 miles long.
Design District- This was our last stop before heading back on our 18 hour drive. The design district is a dream, and the architecture reminds me a little of Rodeo Drive. It is a beautiful combination of art, architecture, and fashion. If you have any interest in the three I would definitely recommend walking through (and maybe even a little window shopping). 
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