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When You are Over 50 You Should Go to South Beach in the Morning

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After eating a ridiculous amount of food at LaVeinte we needed to do some walking. The next morning we headed to South Beach!

Usually, South Beach was reserved for girls trips during my 20’s for bachelorette parties. It has been a long time since I have been into that scene. It was nice to be able to see the streets during the day instead of being huddled up by the pool after a night out.

There was a lot to experience including shopping, great bakeries and coffee.

The streets were virtually empty at 10 AM. By noon the streets were much busier with tourists walking the streets to go shopping and view the uniqueness of the architecture in South Beach.

This is why South Beach in the morning is perfect.

Fresh coffee, gorgeous pastry, while the town is just waking up with little foot traffic. The best part?

It is not blazing hot yet!

 

Enjoy our photo tour of South Beach!

Espanola Way and Havana 1957

 

 

Andrix Cafe Pastry Offerings

 

I think I remember this building from Scarface!

 

South Beach Miami

 

Ocean Drive

The Betsy

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Delano and other great hotels! 

 

 

 

The Delano is amazing inside. If you ever get the chance take a stroll through. This was my favorite place to hang out in the 90’s! 

Delano Entrance

 

Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach

Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach

 

 

 

South Beach was nice in the morning. There were very few people out but the shop owners were busy getting ready for their day. Let me know about your experiences there in the comments!

Be sure to check out where we stayed in Brickell!

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Tricia worked in the financial services industry for over 20 years before deciding to divorce the corporate world in 2018. Tricia retired early so she could travel with her husband Jack (the Boomer) and Bo, their German Shepherd. They enjoy finding new experiences together and spending time with their family.

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