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The Miami trip guide

Have you and your friends finally decided to make that trip to Miami before you head off to different schools in different cities or states?


You have chosen one of the best holiday destinations in Florida. However, you need to know a few things before you go there they will be helpful.

1. Travel by plane or car
While the plane would be a comfortable ride, traveling by car will help you make meaningful memories. The Florida highways are long and smooth sailing. However, the drivers in Miami are rash and they don't follow the driving rules. Hence there are chances that you could get into an accident. God forbid but if you get in a serious accident be sure to hit up 911 and a Miami car accident lawyer as soon as you can. Florida's no-fault law can be quite complicated to deal with.

2. Rules of the beach
You surely must be planning to hit the beach as soon as you enter the city but before you do that – know the beach rules.

● There are spots on the beach where you can be nude doing it on other parts on the beach can get you into trouble.

● Getting drunk in public places (beach to be one of them) is illegal

● Don’t just set up your towel and seat near someone else, find your own space

● For heaven’s sake – don’t litter on the beach

3. Adventures in Miami
If you are a group of friends that love adventure then Miami has a lot to offer you. You can speedboat around the island on a 42-m long jet ski. You can zip-line through a jungle and you can even go sky diving (from 135000 feet above ground). These are only a few if you start doing every one you will be there for quite some time. Also, each of them is safe and will give you an adrenaline rush that you have never experienced before.

4. Miami food
If you want to eat real authentic food then you better head downtown. The expensive restaurants in the upstate are for the glamorous ones who don't like to eat but enjoy the surrounding. Downtown will give you that will fulfill you and will be your money's worth.

5. Nightlife
Miamians are extremely late for everything. For instance, they stay at the beach until sundown because of which by the time they have dinner it is 10 pm. Their clubs and parties start at midnight and go on until sunrise. So if you are used to be an early sleeper – you better change your routine for this trip.

6. Greet and impress
Miamians have a distinct style of greeting they will kiss you on the check one and sometimes both sides. Before you start to wonder if they will do it with you - they do it with everyone may it be strangers and family members. Miami likes people who dress to impress so get out all your party clothes and put all the trainers and sweats back in the cupboard.

Hope you have a trip in which you make memories that will last you a lifetime.

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