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Things to do in Miami

  • The Miami Seaquarium  Miami Seaquarium
    Is a very popular attraction in Miami, so if this is your first visit and you have the family don't miss visiting The Miami Seaquarium.  The Seaquarium is conveniently located in the heart of the tourist area, on the causeway between downtown Miami and Miami Beach.  The Miami Seaquarium is a great half day place to visit giving you plenty of time to take in other fun & exciting attractions such as the beautiful beaches....  The Seaquarium is a great place to experience an outdoor aquarium that's only possible in the warm & tropical climate found in Florida.   Visitors of all ages will enjoy the entertainment and the educational experience found at The Miami Seaquarium.  This opportunity is found in very few locations in the United States. Due to the perfect tropical climate we experience in Florida The Miami Seaquarium is open year-round for visitors to enjoy outdoor marine shows featuring Dolphins, Killer Whales and other sea creatures. Other highlights of  The Seaquarium include; exhibits of Sea Turtles, Sea Lions, Seals and a local  favorite the Florida Manatee, the new Stingray exhibit- where visitors can meet the newest members of the Seaquarium in their large 10,000 gallon touch pool.  And last is Crocodile Flats- home to twenty-five Nile Crocodiles who are the center of attention in their home.  Nile Crocodiles are found in both fresh & salt water and can reach sizes of 16-feet weighing nearly 1,000 pounds.  When you visit The Miami Seaquarium there is no shortage of exhibits and shows...

Thrifty Car Rental Miami, Florida

The next time you visit Miami, Florida and need a rental car choose the number one rental car company Thrifty.  Thrifty Car Rentals has been a staple in the rental car community for many, many years.  Thrifty Printable-Discount Coupons offers great savings on your next rental vehicle.  With Thrifty Car Rental, our customers will receive the best customer service form our staff along with top quality vehicles to choose from. You can't beat a great deal from one of the most well known names in the business.

Miami Intl Airport Thrifty Car Rentals - 3670 N.W. South River Dr
Thrifty Rental Cars Miami  - 17800 Biscayne Blvd
South Miami Beach Thrifty - 1520 Collins Ave

  • Coral Castle    Coral Castle Miami
    Is located a short distance from Miami in Homestead, FL and is a must see when you are visiting Miami.  Coral Castle is truly a unique work of art consisting of more than 1,100 tons of carved coral rock.  Coral Castle is also known as Rock Gate and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Coral Castle was built by Ed Leedskalnin with his own two hands using home made tools only...  It's hard to imagine a single individual spent more than thirty-years creating such a unique coral structure.  Ed Leedskalnin refused to let anyone watch him work in fact, there is speculation that the Coral Castle was constructed through the use of paranormal powers...  Sure makes a person wonder, the Coral Castle was completed during the 1950's.  Once you visit the Castle and see for yourself this amazing coral structure & gardens you  just can't grasp the wonders of Ed's engineering accomplishments  until you stand face to face with massive chunks of coral rock...  WOW !!! how amazing, you truly have to experience this for yourself to believe it.  Visitors can tour the Coral Gardens using the audio stands which are narrated in four different languages (English, Spanish, German and French).  There are knowledgeable guides available for guided tours.  Highlights of Coral Castle include; a nine-ton gate that moves easily with just a touch of the finger, functioning rocking chairs and even a Polaris telescope..  Ed's original, hand carved stone  sign still hangs where he placed it welcoming thousands of visitors from all around the world into his Castle.  Be prepared to be amazed when you visit Coral Castle Gardens, it's hard to believe a single person constructed something this large from the ground up using nothing but home made tools.  Especially with no known witnesses and no one knowing how Ed created the Coral Castle... Ed would work under the cover of night & in private and during a period of time with no modern construction conveniences.  Ed would always say he knew "the secrets of the Pyramids " and unfortunately when Ed passed away he took his secrets with him.  Come and experience this unusual accomplishment, the Coral Castle is open daily welcoming visitors from all around the world.  Don't miss the chance to see and explore one of South Florida's top attractions. 

January 11, 2011