Miami has heat - heat in the nightlife, the food, the weather, even the basketball team. What was once just swampland between the Everglades and the ocean has become an international playground and sophisticated vacation alternative to Central Florida's theme parks and attractions.
Miami owes much of its hot and spicy flavor to the waves of Cuban immigrants who made the city their home. A walk through Little Havana is the best way for anyone to get a feel for what pre-Castro Cuba was like. To meet the locals up close and personal, stop by the Versailles Diner, which, despite its French name, serves up the best Cuban food... Read More