South Beach, Miami

After our cruise we had an extra day in Miami before our flight home. My favourite part of Miami is south beach. I love the shopping on Lincoln Road, the retro hotels on Ocean Drive, the beach and of course the bottomless Mimosas at Sunday brunch.

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Once we got off the ship and through customs we went straight to brunch at 660 Angler’s, where $25 gets you an hour and a half of unlimited Mimosas and Bloody Marys. Fabien opted for a beer, because unlike the rest of us he had to go back to work after. We started out with Bloody Marys which I’m not a huge fan of TBH, they just don’t compare to the Canadian Caesar. However, they were bottomless so we each had a couple before we moved on to Mimosas with our meals. I had the fish tacos and Fabien had a huge burger which he demolished within minutes then continued to eat the rest of the tables meals… and a Nutella brownie. The rest of us were full from our bottomless drinks anyways. The restaurant was very cute and we had a lovely table outside. The service was also topnotch. Before our drinks were even finished we had a fresh one in front of us. This was the best meal we ate in Miami, and thats not just the Mimosas talking… I think.

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After Brunch Fabien went back to the ship and we headed to our hotel. We stayed at Nautilus which is right between Collins Avenue and the beach. This hotel was so cute and chic. They had the most charming walkway leading out to the beach, where we spent the rest of our afternoon.

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The next morning we walked along the beach to Ocean Drive to get a coffee and admire the boutique hotels.

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We spent the rest of the day by the hotel pool, trying to take as much sun as possible before returning to Toronto.

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Our short stay in South Beach just left us wanting more. With Fabien working on a ship out of Miami I’m sure I’ll be back soon!

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