Where I Stayed
Where I Ate
A more local eatery we went to was Le Sandwicherie. It is very highly rated and features lots of fresh, healthy options. They absolutely loaded our toppings to the brim and everything was fresh. The only things I disliked was that they do not toast the bread so the sandwich is cold.
What to Do
*Getting from the Port of Miami from South Beach: We asked the hotel for a taxi and we ended up getting a van that was not even a taxi. He charged us a flat rate of $25 which is probably market price but I was not so pleased to ride in a non-taxi car.
* If you are looking for beer/wine, make sure to get it from CVS or a grocery store. We bought a bottle of wine from a liquor store and later realized it was ~$4 more expensive than at CVS
* Although on the map South Beach looks small, it is FAR to walk to places. Each block takes us about 2-3 minutes to walk to. So if you are planning to walk up and down Ocean Drive/Collins Ave, make sure to allocate enough time.
*If you are too lazy to walk, theres a bus that only costs 25 cents. I believe it’s called the SoBe local?
So that’s about all I have for Miami South Beach! If you are looking for a cruise, check out what I thought of the Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas. Or just browse my other travel guides for more wanderlust ideas.