Downtown Miami is a district in Miami, steel-and-glass buildings have sprung up around downtown, the heart of the city. By day there's plenty of activity downtown, as suited lawyers and bankers share the sidewalks with Latino merchants wearing open-neck, intricately embroidered shirts called guayaberas.
This place may appear to be a small hole in the wall restaurant but it is extremely well maintained and upkept and usually has a short wait for a table. They also offer take out and delivery. This venue is very popular. If you haven't tried Peruvian food before you must order the ''Ceviche'' (Fish/Seafood) and the ''Lomo Saltado'' (Beef).
This park has two amphitheaters (one large and a one smaller) and hosts live performances. This park also has memorials for the astronauts who perished in the Challenger spaceship accident, former president John F. Kennedy (the JFK Torch of Friendship), and a fountain dedicated to Claude Pepper, a distinguished US congressman.
5 Star hotel. 641 newly redecorated rooms and 34 suites, offering views of the skyline and Biscayne Bay. 66,000 square feet of meeting space, including 30 meeting and conference rooms.
Take a day or evening sailing trip around Downtown Miami, Miami Beach and Biscayne Bay.
The third largest jewelry building in th U.S. over 100 jewelry stores under one roof.
All of the rooms offer some sort of view of the bay with a balcony.
A jeweler known for their wholesale prices.