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A guide to Miami and the Florida Keys, seeking to capture the capricious spirit of the destination. It discusses five-star resorts, private apartments, top-notch restaurants and the finest jazz bars and night clubs. "Sunup to Sundown" sections cover daytime activities such as sightseeing, beaches, watersports and lunchtime restaurants. There is also advice on where to find designer clothes, crafts and leather goods. "After Dark" sections tell of the best piano bars, shows and discos, as well as where to dine.

Alive Guides focus on hotels and restaurants, with descriptions based on repeat visits by well-traveled authors. Establishments are rated with the unique Alive rating system, so you can find one to suit your taste and pocketbook. Particular attention is given to shopping in the exotic regions, with details on local artists, cut-price designer clothing and the best values on duty-free goods. Tips on what to do from sunup to sundown include tours, sightseeing, sunning, watersports and the best beaches. Piano bars, jazz clubs, places to meet people and even gay clubs are listed for nightlife. Transportation to, from, and around the area is also covered. Maps.

Up-to-the-minute Alive Guides cover every aspect of travel in each exciting destination - places rarely covered by other guidebooks! Alive Guides focus on hotels and restaurants, with descriptions based on repeat visits by well-traveled authors. Establishments are rated with the unique Alive rating system, so you can find one to suit your taste and pocketbook. Particular attention is given to shopping in the exotic regions, with details on local artists, cut-price designer clothing and the best values on duty-free goods. Tips on what to do from sunup to sundown include tours, sightseeing, sunning, watersports and the best beaches.
Piano bars, jazz clubs, places to meet people and even gay clubs are listed for nightlife. Transportation to, from, and around the area is also covered.

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